Prices for the new performance-oriented models start at £16,320 for the Brabus Fortwo, £18,460 for the Brabus Fortwo Cabriolet and £16,815 for the Babus ForFour.
Unveiled at the Beijing motor show earlier this year, the Smart Brabus Fortwo coupé and cabriolet and Brabus Forfour continue a partnership between the Mercedes-Benz owned city car offshoot and renowned German tuning company that was established back in 2004.
A series of subtle exterior styling upgrades distinguish the new Brabus models from their standard siblings. They include a beefed-up front bumper with an extended spoiler, a rear bumper featuring a matt grey diffuser element and chrome tailpipes and standard Brabus alloy wheels.
Power for Smart’s new Brabus models comes from a newly developed version of the Renault-derived turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine featuring a revised air manifold, increased fuel pressure and a Brabus exhaust system with reduced back pressure.