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Published on August 28th, 2015 | by Admin

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smart fortwo cabrio to premier at IAA 2015

The countdown has started for the new fortwo cabrio, a particularly iconic variant of the new model series. The open-top two-seater will have its world premiere in September at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt. At the touch of a button the new smart cabrio is transformed from a closed two-seater into a car with a large sliding canvas sunroof, or a fully fledged cabriolet with the soft top completely open. This enables the fresh air driving experience to be adapted to the weather or the driver’s mood. This flexibility offered by the “tritop” folding soft top and the removable roof bars is a special feature – and not just in this segment. At the same time, the new smart cabrio is the only true cabriolet in its vehicle class.
smart fortwo cabrio, passion, white / jupiter red
Soft top: opens within twelve seconds
When the sun peeps out from behind the clouds, smart fortwo cabrio drivers can react quickly: the fabric soft top can be opened fully automatically in twelve seconds – even when driving at top speed. With the 3-button key the soft top can also be opened from outside the car by remote control. Removing the side roof bars enables a full-blown cabrio experience. The roof bars can be stowed on the inside of the tailgate. This stowage compartment in the tailgate also offers additional stowage space for small items, for example fluorescent jacket, first-aid kit or warning triangle.
smart fortwo cabrio, prime, black to yellow / titania grey matt
Safety: occupant protection space validated in roof-drop test
The new smart fortwo cabrio is the most rigid smart cabrio ever. The torsional strength has been improved by around 15 percent compared with the predecessor. The material mix comprises a high proportion of ultra-high strength hot-formed steels and maximum-strength multiphase steels. Advanced assistance systems which were previously the reserve of higher classes of vehicle help to prevent accidents. These include the latest-generation ESP® with Crosswind Assist and hill start assist (standard), forward collision warning (option) and Lane Keeping Assist (option).
smart fortwo cabrio, passion, white / jupiter red
Model versions: two engines, two transmissions, three lines
The new cabrio will initially be available with two state-of-the-art three-cylinder engines rated at 52 kW/71 hp and 66 kW/90 hp. Both engines can be combined with the five-speed manual transmission or the fully automatic twinamic dual clutch transmission. Needless to say, the smart fortwo cabrio has the agility typical of the brand – at 6.95 m (from kerb to kerb) and 7.30 m (from wall to wall) turning manoeuvres are extremely simple.
smart fortwo cabrio, prime, black to yellow / titania grey matt
52 kW
66 kW
Number of cylinders/arrangement
3/R
3/R
Displacement (cc)
999
898
Rated output (kW/hp)
52/71
66/90
at rpm
6000
5500 (6200)
Rated torque (Nm)
91
135
at rpm
2850
2500
Combined fuel consumption (l/100 km)
4,3 (4,3)
4.3 (4.2)
Combined CO2 emissions (g/km)
99 (99)
99 (97)
Efficiency class
C (B)
B (B)
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)
14.9 (15.5)
10.8 (11.7)
Maximum speed (km/h)
151 (151)
155 (155)
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