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SMART fortwo Cabrio Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 7
First production year: 2000
Engines: Electric, Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Convertible (spider/spyder, cabrio/cabriolet, drop/open/soft top)

2019 - Present

To better prepare for the future, the final generations of smarts made exclusively under the Daimler/Mercedes-Benz is exclusively electric. Initially offered just as a powerplant option, the EQ version of the smart fortwo is the only one left after Geely bought 50 percent of smart GmbH. Future models will be offered exclusively with emission-free powertrains and will be manufactured mostly in Ch...

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  SMART EQ fortwo Cabrio 41 Kw (82 HP)

2016 - 2019

The smallest car built by Mercedes Benz was the SMART ForTwo and beside the coupe version, it was also offered as a cabriolet. A mini-cabriolet for the urban roads. SMART didn't have any competitor on the market for a long period of time. Its minimalist design and lilliputian dimensions made the car fit for the most crowded cities in Europe. It was shorter than the width of a bus and it ...

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gasoline engines:

  SMART fortwo Cabrio 0.9L Turbo 5MT (90 HP)

  SMART fortwo Cabrio 0.9L Turbo 6AT (90 HP)

  SMART fortwo Cabrio 1.0L 5MT (71 HP)

  SMART fortwo Cabrio 1.0L 6AT (71 HP)

2012 - 2016

One of the smallest cars on the market, the Smart Fortwo was redesigned for 2012, with a more catchy exterior and an overall better interior. Designed as a small city car, the Smart Fortwo did the job. It was easy to park and manoeuvre around town in congested metropolitan environment. While the small car looked tiny from the outside, the passengers inside would have plenty of room. The...

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diesel engines:

  SMART fortwo Cabrio 0.8L CDI 5AT (54 HP)

2010 - 2012

SMART introduced a facelifted version for the ForTwo cabriolet in 2010 and enhanced the vehicle in all areas, starting with the exterior look and ending with the revised engines. While it had a troublesome start, the SMART project was pushed forward by Mercedes-Benz even when it was losing money on every car sold. Slowly, the smallest car on the market managed to survive and became a fashion ...

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2007 - 2010

The 2007 smart fortwo cabrio is a car that excels in most areas, including safety, agility and comfort. First of all, the new smart provides safety at the highest level thanks to the re-designed crumple zone and the latest-generation equipment installed on the car. In addition, the 2007 smart comes with more powerful yet efficient engines which are able to provide more performance combined with ...

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2004 - 2007

The smallest convertible ever produced by Mercedes-Benz was the SMART ForTwo Cabrio. It was introduced in 1998 and refreshed in 2004. It had cookies! Mercedes-Benz and the Swiss watchmaker Swatch joined their forces to produce a vehicle suitable for crowded cities. The result was the 1998 SMART. After the launch, SMART bailed out, and the German carmaker had to buy the shares. Now, it had a n...

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2000 - 2004

SMART introduced its first model in 1997 and waited for a few years until the carmaker found a way to take its roof off. It did it in 2000 and became the smallest convertible vehicle on the European market. Maybe some other kei-cars in Japan could contest that title, but in Europe, it was the smallest rag-top car. The carmaker cut some corners to do it, but it did it in a SMART way. The ca...

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