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2014 smart fortwo electric drive Overview (See Available Styles)

  • Electric version of smart’s fortwo
  • Lithium-ion battery pack good for 76 miles of range
  • 122/93 mpge city/highway
The 2014 smart fortwo electric drive takes the fortwo’s urban driving concept to its next logical level: gas free.

As a city focused car, the fortwo is not really a highway cruiser or a long distance traveler; in most applications, it’s found in cities and used for short jaunts to work or around town, tasks for which range anxiety is much less of an issue. The fortwo electric drive’s 76 miles of range is plenty for these applications and the chance to go gas-free should be appealing for many drivers.

There isn’t much to distinguish the fortwo electric drive from the regular, gasoline version besides the lack of tailpipe. The fortwo electric does have one extra trick up its sleeve though: it’s the only cabriolet electric car available today.

The 2014 fortwo electric drive has a water-cooled three-phase AC motor, powered by a lithium-ion battery pack. The electric motor produces 74-hp and 96 pounds-feet of torque. The fortwo electric can be fully charged in six hours on a 240V plug (requires the installation of a charging station) and 14 hours on a regular 120V household socket. The EPA rates the fortwo electric at 122/93 mpge city/highway.

Inside, the fortwo electric offers more standard features than the fortwo, with standard automatic temperature control, power windows, and a leather trimmed steering wheel. Heated seats, a navigation system, and a surround sound stereo are optional. The fortwo electric also offers plenty of technology that connects the car to you, including a vehicle home page app that connects the car to your smart phone and allows you to see the battery level, preset the A/C, and see your range.

Smart is an active subsidiary of Mercedes-Benz, so they also get the Mercedes’ focus on safety. A very strong, roll-cage-like frame is the basis for this. Side curtain, knee, and front airbags are standard, as are antilock brakes and electronic stability control. LED daytime running lamps are optional.

EPA Fuel Economy

  • City: 122 MPG
  • Highway: 93 MPG

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Safety Rating

  • Overall Safety: ****
  • Frontal Crash: ****
  • Side Crash: *****

Consumer Reviews Summary

Overall Rating:

11 of 11 (100%) consumers said they would recommend this vehicle to a friend.

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