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Revealed: 2013 Smart Fortwo Edition Cityflame - Detroit 2013

By KBB.com Editors on January 11, 2013 3:50 PM
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Adding a bit more curb appeal to an otherwise unchanged basic package, the 2013 Smart Fortwo Edition Cityflame makes its first public appearance in Detroit. Based on the Smart Passion trim line and limited to a global run of 2,400 units in both coupe and cabriolet models, the Edition Cityflame will have body panels painted in either pearlescent flame yellow or black and feature a black finish on its external tridion safety cell element and outside door mirrors. It's set to ride on unique black-painted double-tri-spoke 15-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 175/55 front tires and 195/50 rear boots.

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Inside, the Fortwo Edition Cityflame displays a similar visual tweaking. Black leather optic covered seats feature yellow faux-leather accents while those two contrasting tones also appear on its leather-wrapped 3-spoke steering wheel and leather-look dash and knee pad. As a finishing touch, the custom black floor mats in this diminutive 2-seater are embroidered with yellow "cityflame" script.

The Edition Cityflame package brings no changes to the Smart Fortwo's standard drivetrain. It will continue to match the 1.0-liter/70-horsepower 3-cylinder gasoline engine with a 5-speed automated manual transmission. Sales of the 2013 Smart Fortwo Edition Cityflame will begin in Europe this spring with the first U.S.-spec models expected to arrive here by summer. No word yet on the exact number of these vehicles that will end up calling America home or what each will cost.

 

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