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Gone is the top of the steering wheel, too, although what’s left of the unit appears to be standard. In fact the interior has a fairly stock look about it, given the fact this is designed to be a show-stopping celebration of Smart’s more famous concepts.
Power in the ForEase comes from the same 60kW electric motor as the EQ ForTwo, hooked up to a 17.6kWh battery. The company says it drives, just like the production car, but that doesn’t mean it’ll actually be built.
“The Smart ForEase embodies a refreshingly simple form of driving fun in the city, standing for urban electric mobility without compromise – because, if in doubt, Smart always opts for a consistent approach,” said Katrin Adt, head of Smart.
“The result is a sustainable driving experience built on freedom.”
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