The popularity of small cars has exploded worldwide over the past few years. One of the most popular small cars ever produced and manufactured was the Smart ForFour. This car was developed and manufactured by the German car manufacturer Daimler AG’s (it was previously known by the name DaimlerChrysler) Smart Automotive division. The ForFour made its first debut back in the April of 2004, and was in production up until the June of 2006. The main difference the ForFour had from the other cars Smart had manufactured was its relatively more spacious interior and its more traditional look as a 5-door hatchback car.
The Smart ForFour was classified as a supermini, but it was more known as an urban car, or a city car. It has only had one generation so far; however, talks of a 2nd generation of the car have been buzzing over the air for quite some time now. What was believed to have been a 2014 or 2015 2nd generation launch of the car, has now been disclaimed due to some legal issues regarding Daimler AG’s full ownership of the Smart branch. There is hope, however, as newer models of the ForFour have been believed to be manufactured and will be ready for retail this year or the next.