How fast can a smart car go?

Answer provided by CarMats

The top speed of a Smart Car ForTwo is 96 miles per hour.

The traditional gas-powered Smart Car can travel at a maximum speed of that. The all-electric Smart Car’s top speed drops to 78 miles per hour, which is still more than sufficient for city driving. 

The top speed of the Smart Car ForTwo has changed over time. Here is a comparison of how quickly the gas and electric versions have advanced over time.

From 1998 to 2002, the first generation averaged 83 miles per hour. 

90 mph for the Second Generation between 2003 and 2007.

Between 2008 and 2015, the Second Generation Electric reached 75 mph and the Third Generation Electric reached 107 mph. Third-generation electricity, 2008-2015: 62 mph 

From 2017 to the present, the fourth generation has a top speed of 96 mph. 

Fourth Generation Electricity: 78 mph from 2017 to the present 

A Smart Car ForTwo is your best bet if you want to get around town quickly, even though it may not be winning any drag races.

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