A smart car is a small, compact vehicle that was designed to be fuel efficient and easy to park. The car was created for the crowded, bustling streets of Europe and other overseas cities where parking is often hard to find.
Despite being so small, the Smart car is actually very safe to drive and has a number of safety features that make it well worth considering as your next car purchase. It has a number of airbags that are placed strategically and headrests to prevent whiplash injuries in the event of a rear collision.
The average smart car weight is 1550 pounds for the first, second, and third generation models. It increases to 1850 pounds for the latest generation.
Its length is 106.1 inches, its width is 61.4 inches, and its wheelbase is 73.5 inches.
Curb weight is another term used to describe a car’s weight, which is the amount of weight it can hold without any passengers in it and sitting by the curb.
Smart cars were made small and light for several scientifically backed reasons, including fuel efficiency. They also were made to be less space-consuming than other vehicles, which helps to promote efficiency throughout all spheres of life.