Following yesterday’s announcement, Mercedes-Benz has revealed a new video that gives us a brief look at the upcoming smart Brabus fortwo, fortwo cabrio and forfour.

The video starts with the usual disclaimers, detailing the model’s fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The Brabus fortwo is said to have a fuel consumption figure of 4.5 litre per 100 km, producing 102 grammes per kilometre of CO2 in the process. The cabrio and the forfour are both rated with the same 4.6 litres per 100 km consumption figure and 104 grammes per kilometre CO2 emissions.

Apart from the apparent Brabus appointments in the video, there aren’t too many other details revealed yet. Currently, we know that the standard fortwo, fortwo carbio and forfour offer up to 90 hp and 135 Nm from the 1.0 litre three-pot turbo engines feature on all models. Expect Brabus to boost these figures to around the 110 to 130 hp mark.

Apart from a set of spyshots of the upcoming smart Brabus for four, the German tuning house has kept its development of the models well under wraps, leaving us with little us to tell you. Stay tuned to paultan.org next week for more coverage on the new smart Brabus models as they make their world premieres at the coming Beijing auto show.


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