Brabus Ultimate E Concept based on the Smart ForTwo compact

At the auto show in Frankfurt in 2017 tuners from the studio, Brabus brought a “charged” compact Smart ForTwo Ultimate E Concept, which was equipped with an electric motor. Painted in bright yellow, the prototype of the Ultimate E based on the new Fort is mounted on huge 18-inch wheels, and on its body flaunts the brand-new Widestar body kit with other bumpers, enlarged wings, a new grille, side skirts and a diffuser. In the cabin, the model sports a leather upholstery in a contrasting blue hue, as well as metal pedals and an aluminum knob on the gearshift lever and a parking brake knob. Plus there is a trendy backlighting and luminous pipes that mimic the intake. The latter is certainly not here, as the Brabus Ultimate E Concept is driven by a 204-hp (350 Nm) electric motor, powered by a set of 22-kWh lithium-ion batteries. This recoil is sufficient for a machine with a mass of 1,085 kg to gain a hundred from a place in 4.5 seconds, while the maximum speed reaches 180 km/h. To recharge batteries up to 80% of the household electricity requires only half an hour, and the range ranges from 158 to 190 kilometers, depending on the style of driving. While the company Brabus want to study the reaction of visitors to this project, and in case of a positive response, it is possible that in the future such a “baby” can go on sale. It would be a funny proposition.

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