It’s limited to just ten examples, but you could buy a Mercedes AMG C43. for the same money.
Winter seems like an unusual time to unveil a new convertible, but nevertheless here we have the Sunseeker Limited Edition. Inspired by luxurious Sunseeker yachts, production of the city sports car is limited to just ten examples. Based on the Smart ForTwo Cabrio, the Brabus has finished the Sunseeker edition in Midnight Sapphire paint evoking the color of the ocean with Silver Lake Metallic highlights. Carbon accents at the rear give the car a sportier look, and nautical compass graphics are located on each B-pillar.
The nautical theme continues inside the ForTwo Sunseeker. Teak panels cover the floors in the footwells and trunk, and the ivory-colored leather upholstery features an embroidered compass on the armrest. Elsewhere, the shift knob, pedals, and emergency brake lever are covered in aluminium to give the cockpit a racier look. Customers can also choose whether the illuminated door sills light up in red or white. Powering the ForTwo Sunseeker is a Brabus-tuned 898-cc turbocharged three-cylinder engine that produces 123 hp and 148 lb-ft of torque. Optimizing the power delivery is a Brabus stainless-steel high-performance exhaust system with three center-exiting chromed tailpipes that produces a sporty exhaust note.
You’ll have to pay a hefty premium for the ForTwo Sunseeker Limited Edition, though. With a 59,900 Euro price tag ($70,670) it’s only marginly cheaper than the Mercedes-AMG C43. If that doesn’t deter you, the yacht-inspired ForTwo is available from Brabus' flagship store in Dusseldorf, Germany, and from 46 branches of the Sunseeker London Group.