The 2016 Smart Fortwo remains the same, The new ForTwo still has a snub nose, perky styling, and a passenger compartment outlined by a contrasting color on its Tridion safety cage. The wheels are pushed out to the corners of the vehicle. But there’s a more defined hood front end now, with a short hood that’s less beveled than before, to provide better pedestrian protection.
2016 Smart Fortwo Exterior Design
New 2016 Smart Fortwo exterior colors include a matte white and Lava Orange metallic that mix with new side accent colors of silver or Lava Orange. Larger headlights have an available LED daytime running lamps & Sensor Package that incorporate a pulsating-headlight welcome function when the ForTwo is unlocked. The body is now composed of more ultra-strength steel in the substructure and sidewall to meet more stringent crash tests.
The interior sports a much more contemporary and playful layout this year. Brightly colored contrasting surfaces complement interesting features like the magnifying-glass climate control and floating touch-screen. Smart says a textile surface akin to the mesh found on sports shoes lines the dashboard and door center panels. Standard features include cruise control, exterior temperature indicator, trip computer and monochrome LCD display. Extras include a leather-wrapped steering wheel, instrument cluster with 3.5-inch color display, heated seats, JBL sound system, touch-screen-based navigation and more.
2016 Smart Fortwo Engine Specs
This 2 door car is having 1.0 liter engine and there are rear wheel Drivetrain along with Transmission choices include a 5-speed manual or dual-clutch automatic. Smart will apparently zip from 0 to 60 mph in only 4.8 seconds. Horse power of 70 at 5800 RPM and torque of 68 at 4500 RPM are impressive features of this model. The company is providing front disc brake system as an option for the buyers. A new Crosswind Assist feature helps keep the ForTwo stable in windy situations; when the car starts to drift, the system activates the brakes to help straighten the car along with driver input. A forward collision warning system and lane keeping assist are notable optional features not offered by many competitors.