With the launch of the EQ ForTwo, Smart demonstrates its commitment to creating electric vehicles, heavily funded by the Daimler AG group. It offers the typical characteristics of a petrol-powered ForTwo but with a full-electric engine: the EQ is practical and technological, but in its 2,70 meters in length, it can accommodate only two people and has a tiny trunk (260 liters of capacity). The interior has a decent quality and a nice playful design. The driver also has a small secondary dashboard that indicates energy consumption. While the basic version does not even offer automatic climate control or seat height adjustment as standard, when equipped with the more expensive technologies, the EQ ForTwo can offer numerous advanced technologies such as a rearview camera and heated seats. The electric engine has acceptable performance. With an average consumption of 15kWh per 100km and a battery of 17,6kw/h, the EQ ForTwo can travel just 110km before completely discharging, and the full recharge takes place in just over an hour with modern technologies, but with a normal home recharge this time extends up to ten hours. The price of this vehicle is quite high.
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๐ŸŽ๏ธ Smart EQ ForTwo
๐Ÿ“ Germany
๐Ÿ› ๏ธ 160NM 60kW
๐Ÿ’จ 11,5 seconds
๐Ÿ” 130km/h
๐Ÿ’ถ 25.000โ‚ฌ in Europe
๐Ÿ’ต 24.000$ in the United States
Our vote: โญโญโญ (3/5)