Smart has published the price list for the new edition of its electric models in Germany presented in September. The list prices remain unchanged compared to the predecessor models. It looks likely this will be the case across Europe.
The Smart EQ Fortwo will continue to be available at gross list prices from 21,940 euros, the convertible version of the Fortwo from 25,200 euros and the Forfour from 22,600 euros. The 22 kW on-board charger (AC) costs 990 euros extra. For home chargers, Smart offers a wallbox for 833 euros.
In Germany, the Smart is qualified for the increased environmental bonus rate for cheaper electric cars with these list prices, so the subsidy totals 6,570 euros – whereby the manufacturer’s share is calculated gross. The Fortwo costs 14,920 euros, the Cabrio 18,630 euros and the Forfour 16,030 euros.
The technical data of the Smart-EQ models have remained unchanged. The electric motor mounted in the rear still delivers 60 kW, the battery has a capacity of 17.6 kWh. This means that the range remains constant and remains between 140 and 159 kilometres – although still in accordance with the NEDC standard.
The numerous individual options have been abolished, and a total of four equipment lines can in some cases be combined with other equipment packages. Since the prices for the lines and packages vary between the three body shapes and only certain combinations of lines and packages are possible, we do not need to list them here and refer to the Smart Configurator.
The Smart comes ex works with relatively simple fabric seats and without a multifunction steering wheel. The on-board computer has a monochrome display, all other variants have a colour display. Automatic climate control and an audio system are on board in all Smarts, as well as cruise control with limiter. Even simpler comfort features such as a folding key for radio remote control are only available in the higher equipment lines.
smart.com (PDF brochure, prices on page 13)
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