The overall dimensions of the Forstars concept places it only nine inches shorter than the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class. It's also a bit wider than the existing Smart Fortwo, and has an overall more aggressive stance that bridges the gap between the Fortwo and the discontinued Smart Roadster. Power comes courtesy of the Smart Electric's Brabus
-tuned 60-kW electric motor, fueled by a 17.6-kW lithium-ion battery pack. It's not exactly what we'd call "fast" (top speed is quoted at 80 mph), but it's good enough for what the Forstars concept was designed to be: an efficient city car with room for two and a few small bags.