Hey smart, What The Future?
Today it’s about all of us together; sharing, making, connecting. Connecting you with the car, you with others, others with you, all of you with the city. That’s what we think the future looks like, so we needed a car to drive you there. #WhatTheFuture. Say hello to Concept #1.
Did we just literally shape the future?
Can you drive a sculpture?
Guess so. The pure and futuristic design erases where car starts and art ends.
Full moon party, without the sand
With the panoramic roof there is only stars above you; connecting you with your urban surrounding.
Forget keys, please
Sure you wanna touch it. But hey, theses doors be like #WhatTheFuture. Puff, one gesture opens all.
Tires inspired by the subculture, integrating tags into the rubber.
You will be greeted with a light show, sparking optimism where ever you have been or heading.
We think the Concept #1 makes your brain and heart travel between all kinds of extremes. Strong to sensual. Lightness to dark. A car, and also kind of not a car. The new exterior makes us feel that we’re definitely here for this ride. Coming?
For a designer this brand philosophy is a dream: What's the next big thing, what's the challenge?
— Kai Sieber, Head of Design smart
Can we get a little space please?
You’ll be late
Ever stayed in a car because the sound was so good? Be aware of the high-end sound system by Beats.
Free choice of seats
This is the official end of all I-want-to-ride-shotgun. Enough space for the whole crew.
Wish granted. Thanks to the new smart’s design and the position of the wheels, the space feels insanely roomy. Bit like hacking the urban rules with its big interior space on a small exterior footprint. Houston, we have no problems.
How bright is the future?
Roof to carpet, back to front, colors you didn't know existed, reacting to the beat of your tunes.
Doesn't Concept #1 make you feel like you're in a living room? Let's discuss this over a cup of tea.
Has space ever been this iconic?
The dashboard loop leads in a free floating console. And your legs be like: Thanks, designers.