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It's easy to forget where it all began for Smart. Not so long ago, the firm was so small it didn't even need names for its cars, trading exclusively on the two-seat coupe and cabrio.
This is the first-ever hot hatch to come from Smart, and Auto Express is the only British magazine to drive it
The first tyre pressure monitor to be built into the rubber has been unveiled. It's the size of a fingernail and is permanently fixed to the interior of the sidewall.
The land of the big car and giant off-roader is about to be invaded by something smaller. Smart has confirmed it will launch the brand in the US at January's Detroit Motor Show.
Costing £30 each, they were meant to be a state-of-the-art answer to road safety. But more than 1,200 solar-powered studs have been removed by highway chiefs due to fears they might cause an accident.
With only the two-seat ForTwo and Roadster in its line-up, Smart never had a chance to establish itself as a family favourite
Take a look at these pictures and you will see how the Brabus version of the practical new hatchback will look
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