smart fortwo EQ cabrio is the smallest and only electric convertible on the market.
Weather maybe wasn't best for shooting a convertible test drive review, but this sort of weather is common in Copenhagen, Denmark. Anyways, the all-electric smart fortwo EQ cabrio, now with the obligatory EQ sign, seems pretty slick in black-red.
The EQ cabrio is significantly more expensive than the gasoline version (some €25,000), but if you live is a sunny state with limited parking space in the city, driving an open-top smart could be a daily de-stresser.
Autogefühl definitely prefers the cabrio EQ over the coupe and considers convertible and electric a fantastic match.
smart fortwo EQ spec:
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