Disco-Ball Smart ForTwo Electric Drive Ideal For Party Girls

Always surprisingly different: smart presents an electric two-seater in a glitzy ‘disco-ball’ look in Berlin.

If you’re the kind of person who loves the dance floor, particularly an ’80s dance floor, then perhaps this is the car for you. It’s a specially made smart electric drive that’s covered in disco ball-style mirrors. Photo: Daimler

What’s better way of using the Smart ForTwo Electric Drive than covering it with reflective glass tiles and turning it into a disco ball, right?! You get the idea.

Here’s ‘disco-ball’ Smart ForTwo Electric Drive completely covered in reflective glass tiles from the roof to the hub caps and the windows also feature a mirror finish.

The one-off model was conceived by the experimental artist formation ‘Apparatjik’ to be used in a film titled ‘Pixel City’, realized for their current installation at Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin.

The car was created by music formation ‘Apparatjik’ and will be used in an upcoming film called Pixel City. Everything from the hub caps to the roof panel is coated in tiny mirrors. Even the windows are covered in special mirror tinting. Photo: Daimler

The project is brought to a climax by two very unusual live performances on the 26th and 27th of March.

In the U.S., we don’t think they would get far before they are ticketed for having a car that’s too bright. Smart is made by Germany’s Daimler, parent of Mercedes-Benz.

Smart is the official main sponsor in this project by Apparatjik, consisting of world-famous musicians Magne Furuholmen of A-Ha, Guy Berryman of Coldplay, Jonas Bjerre of Mew and sought-after music producer Martin Terefe.

The smart fortwo electric drive is on display at the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin and will feature in an upcoming presentation by the artists, including live performances from Magne Furuholmen of a-ha, Guy Berryman of Coldplay and Jonas Bjerre of Mew on March 26 and 27. Photo: Daimler

Their “Apparatjik Light Space Modular” features not only concerts but also an interactive installation which collects data to be turned into a piece of music. The deriving song will be performed by the prestigious Deutsches Kammerorchester and accompanied by a spectacular image show titled ‘Apparat TV’.

The projections will be streamed out of a six metre tall cube into the city through the museum’s glass walls. Inside that cube is where Apparatjik will be performing live on 26 and 27 March.

During their stay in Berlin Apparatjik members Magne Furuholmen and Martin Terefe took the opportunity to discover the German capital in the Discoball smart. Impressions of their trip are documented in a smart filmlet which can be seen over the smart Youtube channel www.youtube.com/smart [via AutoBlog]

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