By Mike Torpey on 2013-10-21 - Driving Force news editor and responsible for organising our daily output. He was staff motoring editor of the Liverpool Echo for 20 years.
Style is supreme for
THE latest trend in home interiors, like matt surfaces, distinctive colours and bold materials, is the inspiration for a new limited edition model from smart.
Called the smart fortwo BoConcept edition, the car represents the next step in the design cooperation with Danish urban interior design specialist BoConcept.
Costing from £11,940 for the coupe and £13,440 upwards for the cabrio version, the model follows in the footsteps of the smart fortwo BoConcept signature style, with both featuring matt crystal white body panels - a nod to the exclusive finishes found within some sought-after properties.
And the BoConcept is further enhanced by light lemon mirror caps and accents on the 15-inch nine-spoke alloy wheels, while BoConcept logos in the mirror triangles complete the styling.
Inside, there are tobacco brown leather-look seats teamed with grey quilted fabric inlays and light lemon double stitching.
The same colour scheme extends to the dashboard, door panels and kneepad and the interior is further complimented by a two-spoke leather steering wheel, also with matching light lemon double stitching.
The smart fortwo BoConcept edition is based on the passion 71bhp mhd, but with additional exclusive features like highline multimedia and navigation system with 6.5-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, iPod interface and CD/DVD player, air-con and electric windows all as standard.
Mercedes-Benz chief Gary Savage said: "It's testament to the strength of the collaboration between smart and BoConcept that this new edition has evolved, as it provides a stylish mix of contemporary design and style for urban living."
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