Range of Smart Vehicles Set to Grow Along With the New Generation
It would apparently be based on a Renault-Nissan platform, and more specifically, the one used to underpin the highly-successful Nissan Juke, according to autoexpress.co.uk. It will join the new ForTwo and ForFour, as part of a new three-model range.
The all-new Smart ForTwo, which is being developed in partnership with Renault (it is based on the same underpinnings as the next Twingo), is set to make its debut in 2014, and the crossover, if it proves more than just a rumor, will arrive one year later.
All the new Smarts will get a redesigned interior, which will be of higher quality, as well as being more modern. Proof of this is the removable touchscreen control unit (tablet), which will most likely sit atop the center console, in a similar manner to the one in the Volkswagen Up! .