Smart previews self-driving city car for sharingSept. 1
Smart brand to focus on EVs in U.S., CanadaFeb. 20
NHTSA looks into Smart ForTwo engine firesDec. 20, 2016
Smart to offer EVs and traditional engines across the lineupSept. 22, 2016
AutoNews Now: For Europe's small cars, it's warJune 17, 2016
Smart CEO Winkler outlines plan to keep Daimler brand profitable, 'unique'June 16, 2016
The fortunes of Daimler's Smart brand have rebounded after some tough times with the latest ForTwo and ForFour models that are built in partnership with Renault-Nissan. Smart CEO Annette Winkler explained to Automotive News Europe about how she sees the brand's future.
ForTwo tippers are back at itApril 25, 2016
Renault will supply Daimler's Smart with electric motorsSept. 16, 2015
Smart ForTwo takes on more American dimensionsAug. 27, 2015
The bite-size Smart ForTwo may have a European flavor, but the third-generation model coming to the U.S. in September was cooked up using plenty of American ingredients. All of the key changes to the 2016 model -- increased width, new transmission choices, and more substantial styling -- were made primarily with the U.S. in mind.
Updated Smart ForTwo convertible is due next summerAug. 31, 2015
Smart ForTwo redesigned to better fit U.S. buyersAug. 31, 2015
Smart sticks with single nameplateAug. 3, 2015
The Smart microcar will continue to be a niche product in the U.S. with annual sales of about 10,000. Management has chosen to sell only one car here - the miniscule ForTwo and not the four-seat ForFour.