You may be thinking I only changed some parts of my Smart Fortwo I posted in 2012... and you're right, but I changed it so much I can call it a "new" MOC.
I've been barred from building new MOC's because of the lack of pieces. The only set I bought recently is the 42026 pull-back car, so the only thing I'm able to do is to use the pieces from built MOC's. I've lightweighted the Camaro and the Smart to try to improve others like the Evoque and the "secret car" shown in white and blue. My problem is that i have to spend my time on school and as I'm going to the University on the next year I can't spend money on Lego. Oh...well! Let's go to what matters.
About this creation
This is it! The Smart Fortwo wich is finished. (I think)
1 - Windshield wipers (front and rear);
2 - Hand of God steering;
3 - Opening trunk;
4 - Functional 3 cilinders inline engine;
5 - Opening doors;
6 - Detailed interior;
7 - Low profile tires.
A little video:
For many people, this is the most beautifull car in the world: The Smart Fortwo.
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Thanks for the advices, but I'm not planning to motorize it. Still, I could do a motorized version, like a twin for it. About photo editing, I'm not very good with that and I've already saw that tutorial. Thanks anyway. :)
I like how you implemented the red panels to make a sleek and smooth tecture to the car. The red and black color scheme is good, although it looks more half and half (top is black, bottom half red). I would recommend blending the colors a little for consistency.
But this is a great car.
It feels a little cluttered, but that's hardly your fault. The small size of the real life version combined with the nature of technics just makes it looks like there's more than there is. Great detail on a great moc