Smart will present its concept in Geneva Forease +February 28, 2019
As the representatives of the German brand say, the concept “is intended to show the electric future of the brand”, as well as what the future models of the company will look like.
The future of the German automaker Smart is still uncertain. Some sources said that the brand may disappear completely. Despite this, now the guys are actively engaged in the creation of all-electric vehicles. In fact, most models of the brand are built on the basis of the good old internal combustion engine. It is reported that in the near future, these cars will be discontinued – they will be replaced with fully electric versions.
What could be better than to celebrate the transition to a more environmentally friendly energy than the presentation of a specially designed concept? Apparently this is what the guys from Smart thought.
Fully electric concept, which received the name Smart Forease +, will be presented at the motor show in Geneva, which in turn will begin its work next week.
I note that this name sounds familiar. Smart presented the little car Forease at last year’s Paris Motor Show. The new concept is very similar, but unlike last year’s premiere it has a removable soft top, orange accents, large wheels with a different design, as well as the characteristic shape of the rear.
Based on the EQ ForTwo Cabrio serial electric car, the concept should be completely electric, but so far we haven’t reveal all the details. I note that according to the plans of the management of the German brand, all its models will use electric motors from 2020 onwards. In fact, the brand is already fully electric in some countries (the United States, Canada and Norway).
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