Smart FourJoy Concept Doesn't Have Doors, Windows, Roof...
Sep 12, 2013 12:40
The FourJoy Concept doesn't have doors, rear window or an open roof. It's the futuristic vehicle you're not sure what to make off.
That’s because Smart says “the exterior proportions already reveal a lot about the appearance of our four-seater production Smart which will be launched at the end of 2014.”
The Fourjoy is a B-Segment, measuring in at 3,494mm long and 1,978mm wide and 1,494mm tall.
The study is powered by 55kW (74hp) magneto-electric motor positioned at the rear and based on the one seen in the ForTwo Electric Drive linked to a 17.6kWh lithium-ion battery taking 7 hours to fully charge at a household socket or charging station. Charging time drops to less than an hour with the 22kW on board charger and a rapid charging cable. Check out more pictures of the Fourjoy below:
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