Electric SUV smart #1 tech specs
Now with the official presentation, we have all the technical specs of the smart #1 all-electric SUV.
Let’s see them.
Drivetrain and Performance:
• Engine set up, drive train configuration: electric engine, rear-wheel drive
• Performance: 200 kW (272 PS)
• Max torque: 343 Nm
• Max speed: 180 km/h (112 mph)
Charging and Consumption:
• Battery architecture and max capacity: NCM battery / 66 kWh
• Max range WLTP: 420-440 km or 260-273 miles
• Max charging capabilities: AC: 22 kW, DC: 150 kW
• Charging times:
AC: 10-80 % < 3h
DC: 10-80 % < 30 mins
• Usable connector types: CCS Type 2 Europe – Charging cable mode 3 standard
• Available additional home charging solutions: smart wallbox in partnership with ABB, charging cable with home socket (Mode 2) as an accessory.
• Exterior measurements (length, width, height): 4.270/ 1.822 / 1.636 mm
• Wheelbase: 2.750 mm
• Empty weight EU: 1.820 kg (4.012 lbs)
• Permissible total weight: 2.270 kg (5.004 lbs)
• Maximum additional payload: 450 kg (992 lbs)
• Maximum axle load: front/rear 1.009/1.317 kg (2.224/2.903 lbs)
• Rims size: 19”
• Tire size: 235/45 R19
Interior and Infotainment:
• Luggage frunk/trunk space: frunk: 15 L, trunk: 273-411 L
• 12,8” high resolution touch screen with 1920 x 1080 pixels
• Fully integrated infotainment system: profile selection and preferences for your trip, from navigation, to climate control, lights and sound, most of the functions of the car can be adjusted and set on the screen. The screen has different modes and is the home of our vehicle entertainment.
• 9.2” full HD digital instrument cluster, and 10’’ Head Up Display (HUD)
Safety and Security:
• Digital encryption standards: ISO27701 system (PASS), ISO21434/ECE R155-156 systems (TARGET).
• 7 airbags
• ADAS Package: Adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go function, active lane keeping system, blind spot assist, highway and traffic jam assist, auto parking assist, adaptive high beam assist.
It looks nice and the specs are good, especially the charging capabilities. The 22 kW on-board charger is something that should be standard by now for all electric cars sold in Europe. It also has a frunk and a HUD (Head Up Display) – that are still rare in most cars.
However, the smart #1 is not as efficient as the Hyundai Kona Electric and it has also less range.
Nonetheless, it will be price and availability that will dictate its success. I would be more confident in this department if it had a LFP (LiFePO4) battery instead of NCM.
Anyway, we should know more about price and availability very soon.