We have to admit that the result of the 1 and 0 work we see here doesn't look half bad. However, since a nose job alone would have probably delivered an oddity in terms of proportions, the artist also gifted the smart with other visual mods.
Door mirrors aside, our attention is grabbed by the fat wheel arches. Their minimalist appearance resembles the kind of work we've seen on Rocket Bunny kits. Coming from JDM land, the bodykits have gained more and more popularity over the last few years. While we have yet to see one being fitted to a smart, we wouldn't be surprised to come across such a development one day.
This rendering goes even farther north of crazy when we factor in the fact that the smart is one of the few rear-engined cars you can find in a showroom nowadays. Don't get to 911-like drifting thoughts, though.
As in the case of the second-generation Renault Twingo, whose platform is shared with the smart, you can't beat the electronics in your quest to slide the little thing. People have turned to removing the ABS fuse, which should also put the ESP to sleep, but the engineers who built the car have ensured not even this move sends the nannies away. With such a tall car (we're talking proportions here), perhaps they were right to do so.