Smart's latest special edition is available in Germany only, and features a custom exterior
22 July 2011

Smart has launched a special edition version of its Smart Fortwo city car dubbed the ‘Pearl Grey’.

The car will be available in coupé or convertible forms and features a custom graphite exterior paint job and new 15inch alloys. The tridion safety cell is also finished in silver.

See pics of the Smart Fortwo Pearl Grey Inside, the Pearl Grey gets two-tone leather seats and a faux-leather dashboard, with matte silver trim.

Standard equipment includes air conditioning, electric windows and a panoramic sunroof on the coupé version. A higher-spec audio system and sat-nav are available as options.

The Fortwo Pearl Grey edition will be available with two engine options, an 83bhp 1.0-litre petrol and a 70bhp 1.0-litre mild-hybrid version.

The car is available in Germany only and goes on sale from November, priced from 14,490 euros (£12,800).

Kabeer Mahajan

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