2011 Smart Forspeed Concept was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2011, this car combines a contemporary, urban mobility by adding features that are smart and very distinctive. The concept uses two squares Forspeed Concept roof window or on the side and the wind deflector has a low glass facade and not to a style like a conventional airplane propeller. The result is a very cool air when you’re driving. In addition, this car uses the reactive power, which was developed and channel function and provide enjoyment while driving.
During the test, the 2011 Smart Forspeed Concept is capable of operating with an acceleration from 0 to 60 km in just 5.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of 120 km / h with an electric motor 30 KFL magnet mounted on the rear and the concept vehicle is capable of providing a strong and positive response to the stop. The 2011 Smart Forspeed Concept is powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery that is rated at 16.5 kWh of electricity. Best suited for providing power to 220 volts.
Not only that, the charging device located behind the third brake light (the logo) and has a simple mechanism for push-push-opening. A fully charged battery is enough to run 135 km. 00 to 80 percent fast charge takes only 45 minutes. The outside and inside the chip Forspeed Concept are designed as a formal unit. This manifests itself in many details: the Tridion safety cell goes behind the roll bars in front of the cabin and is formed in the central tunnel support. Sections of the exterior and interior door to seamlessly connect to form a single component, such as floor and side walls. The leather seats also have a clamshell design and is a modern interpretation of a purist sports.
The entry of air into the wind deflector ends with the central exit of the center console and can provide more air to passengers if necessary. The bright white exterior paint dominates inside. This is accented by elements like sports four green belts for the driver and the passenger or the large horizontal platform in the cab that provides storage space. All the driver controls widely used as the shift lever, opening the door or the steering wheel are natural brown leather. By contrast, the structural components from companies like the Tridion safety cell versions or curves on the cover is matte silver, platinum instrument. Functional elements such as buttons on the steering wheel and the door of the shift lever in the shadows are painted silver.