Although smart has yet to replace its ForTwo with a more modern version, the company itself as well as various tuners have steadily come up with designs that keep it fresh-looking. A case in point is this Bulgarian design house’s take on a how a ForTwo could look.
Vilner’s design fits some of the ForTwo’s quirky traits such as employing a square motif for the whole car. For example, the stitching for the interior panels and seats employ this theme of multiple squares, and the outside of the car has graphic highlghts that employ the same square theme. In fact, the dashboard, door panels, floor mats and the aforementioned seats are covered in this design statement. Since the ForTwo itself captures attention, these design elements actually fit the car’s personality. In other cars, employing this theme would make it look garish. The exterior and interior color scheme follows a black and orange theme except for the back, which is wrapped in a chrome finish. This highlight seems to be out of place with the rest of the car, but since this is a custom build for a specific customer, it may have been part of the design brief.