Smart already offers a tuned up version of the Fortwo in Europe, named Brabus, for those who think that its original power is not enough. But wait, there's even more now: Austrian tuner Königseder decided that the two standard engine options weren't enough, so they sell two versions that churn out 65 HP from the 0.8-liter diesel and 104 from the 1.0-liter gasoline. The standard versions range from 61 to 84 HP, and the Brabus goes up to 98.

Aesthetically, Königseder added then some flower stickers, lowered the suspension 30 mm and replaced the rims with 17-inchers. Anything goes to make the small urban car to stand out from the rest, right? At least the mhd (micro hybrid) is already on sale.

UPDATE: name corrected. Thanks to John M.
[Source: Le Blog Auto]

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