Mercedes-Benz will discontinue sales of its battery-electric Smart brand in the U.S. and Canada.
The luxury automaker blamed a "declining microcar market" in the U.S. and Canada, combined with high homologation costs.
The diminutive Smart failed to find traction in a market that prefers its vehicles super-sized.
U.S. sales of the two-seater plunged 58 percent last year to just 1,276 cars. In fact, sales peaked at 24,622 when Smart was launched in the U.S. in 2008.
In 2018, Daimler discontinued selling gasoline-engine variants of the Smart in the U.S.