Paris motor show report - Smart Fortwo

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Smart sells only one range of cars, and it showed off the latest tweaks to the Fortwo at the Paris motor show.

The most obvious changes are to the looks of the car, with the front and rear aprons, side skirts and filler cap now body-coloured on every model.

Inside, there’s a new-look upper dashboard, as well as extra stowage in the shape of a redesigned glovebox and pockets on the seat side bolsters. Pulse and Passion models also have a new design of steering wheel, while three new fabric patterns are available on Passion models.

The same engines as before power the car, but revisions to the entry-level 1.0-litre petrol unit mean its CO2 emissions are now just 97g/km.

The flagship Xclusive models also have lower emissions than before, so the entire range now has emissions of less than 120g/km – and less than 100g/km on the most popular versions – which means that every model is exempt from road tax for at least the first year of registration.

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