I already let you know that G-Wiz EVs in the UK are undergoing serious customization. Now, I find out Smart ForTwos right here in the US are getting tatoo-inspired makeovers by Ed Hardy. That should butch up those Smarts.
The Project Tattoo upgrade is more than skin-deep, though. It includes a new chrome exhaust system that ups horsepower by 6 and torque by 14 lb.-ft. There’s also a Kenwood AM/FM/CD/DVD player and Garmin touch-screen nav system, in addition to the tatoo-embroidered car seats.
The cars will be numbered 1-100 as part of a limited-edition series and signed by French fashion designer Christian Audigier, who markets the Ed Hardy brand.