Now you can get the Smart ForTwo and ForFour in Black and White

New Edition White and Edition Black special editions add extra kit to Smart's city car range

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Two new special edition trim levels, Edition White and Edition Black, have been announced for the Smart ForTwo and ForFour city cars. Both specifications cost from £12,360 for the two-seater ForTwo and from £12,855 for the larger ForFour.

The new trims are based on the existing Prime model, and add equipment from the Urban Style and Premium packages, including a leather steering wheel, stainless steel pedals, 16-inch black alloy wheels, a chrome tailpipe, and wider wheel arches. The Black and White trims cost £895 more than an equivalent Prime car.

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Other standard kit on both models includes sat-nav, a height adjustable steering wheel and driver’s seat, heated electric door mirrors, parking sensors and tinted windows on the ForFour.

As you might expect, the Edition White models get a full white paint scheme and the Edition Black is fully black - although if you pay £100 you can get the L-shaped section of bodywork that is part of the car's strengthened construction painted white.

Engines and gearboxes remain the same: you can choose from a 70bhp 1.0-litre or a 900cc 89bhp petrol engine fitted with either a manual or dual-clutch automatic gearbox.

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