Posted by Nick November 28, 2012

Today this new collaboration between the ever flamboyant fashion designer Jeremy Scott and Smart was unveiled at an event in LA. The car features Scott's well known wings motif but remains a sleek and stylish design both inside and out. More pics inside...

We've seen Jeremy Scotts 'wings' on A LOT of his Adidas collaborations over the last few years but on the Smart electric car he has taken them to a new level as these feature working tail lights. I'm a little suprise he didn't go more outlandish with the design, but i think we can all agree that the wings speak for themselves as a design feature. The interior is particularly tasteful - in fact Jeremy redesigned alot of elements for this vehicle including the steering wheel, front lights and a ton of the interior. I must admit i would have expected Jeremy Scott to have gone alot crazier with the design, but what he has produced instead is a stunningly beautiful, yet very drivable car. 

Which is just as well because Smart 'forJeremy' isn't just a concept car - there will be an official limited release of this vehicle! No word on when, but hopefully some time in 2013.


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