Smart launch Disturbing London limited editions | New Release - Car News Jul 2017

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11:20 Thursday 13 Jul 2017

Smart have joined forces with entertainment brand Disturbing London to produce two new special edition models.

The Disturbing London special editions of the Brabus sport fortwo coupe and Brabus sport forfour are available to order now from smart retailers.

Both models come finished in black with rose gold detailing inside and out, and a 90bhp turbocharged petrol engine with six-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. Other features include rear parking sensors, smart media package, height-adjustable steering wheel and driver’s seat, and electrically-adjustable exterior mirrors.

“The two cars that are the culmination of our collaboration with Disturbing London look incredible”, said Krishan Bodhani, head of smarr UK.

“I am delighted we have been able to build on this already successful partnership: it’s a testament to the authenticity and credibility of our relationship that we are able to offer a limited production run of smart Disturbing London special edition models that we know will appeal to our smart audience.”

Prices will start from £15,895 for the fortwo coupé and £16,390 for the forfour.

 

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