When it first came out, the Smart was not really a car as much as it was a statement or better yet, an accessory.
And in a similar fashion to other small city cars, the more variation to it, the better. To this end, a whole range of limited and special editions were launched, each with its own unique twist.
Still, we have to remember that the Smart ForTwo is already an aging car, which is set to finally be replaced by the next generation. But just because the ForTwo is on its last legs, it doesn’t mean there isn’t time to push out one final special edition.
Called the Smart ForTwo CityBeam, this edition brings several styling cues for the discerning customer. The general exterior color revolves around silver and matte anthracite (to be read silver), with a nice set of 15 inch alloy wheels added to it. Inside we find a new, sportier steering wheel, black leather upholstery and various other trims.
Prices for the Smart CityBeam special edition start at €14.490 and ramp up to €22.951, but considering the purpose and general reputation for this car and the fact that is almost out of production, you would have to be slightly insane to go for this rather bland iteration.