2011 Smart Forspeed Concept has been introduced at the 2011 Geneva Auto Show, this car combines a contemporary urban mobility concept by adding features that are smart and very distinctive. The Forspeed Concept uses the two-seater with the roof or side windows and wind deflector features a low and non glass front with a style like a classic airplane propeller. The result is very fresh air in and out when we are driving. In addition, this car uses electricity responsive, which has been developed and has the function of the channel and also ensure the enjoyment while driving.
When made testing, the Smart Forspeed Concept is capable of running with acceleration from 0 to 60 km only in 5.5 seconds and reaches a maximum speed of 120 km / h with a 30 kfl magneto electricity motor mounted on the back and the concept vehicle is capable of providing strong and positive response from stationary. The Forspeed Concept is powered by a lithium-ion battery that provides power at 16.5 kWh of electrical energy. It was very adequate to provide power to 220 Volt.
Not only that, the charging device located behind the third brake light (located on the logo) and features a simple push-push-opening mechanism. A fully charged battery is enough to run 135 kilometers in distance. Quick charge 00-80 percent only takes 45 minutes.
The exterior and interior of the smart forspeed are designed as a formal unit. This is manifested in numerous details: the tridion safety cell flows from the outside behind the roll-over bars towards the front to the cockpit and forms the centre tunnel as a load-bearing part. The outer and inner door sections connect seamlessly to form a single component, just like the floor and side walls. The leather seats also have a one-shell design and are a modern interpretation of purist sportiness.
The air inlet in the wind deflector ends in the central outlet in the centre console and can provide even more fresh air for the interior when needed.
The high-gloss white of the exterior paintwork also dominates in the interior. It is accentuated by green elements such as the sporty four-point seat belts for driver and passenger or the large horizontal shelf under the cockpit that provides stowage space. All the control elements that the driver uses particularly frequently, such as the gear lever, door openers or steering wheel come in natural brown leather. By contrast, load-bearing structural components such as the tridion safety cell or the curved trims on the instrument hoods are in matt platinum silver. Functional elements such as the steering wheel buttons and the shift lever with gate are painted in silver shadow.
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