Smart, originally known as the “Swatchmobile,” has produced a variety of models since the brand’s inception. Here are the models produced by Smart since the beginning:

Smart City-Coupe (1998-2004) – The original Smart car model, also known as the Smart Fortwo, was first introduced in 1998. It was a two-seater car that was designed for city driving.

Smart City-Cabriolet (2000-2004) – This was a convertible version of the original Smart City-Coupe.

Smart Crossblade (2002) – A limited-edition open-top model that was produced in a small quantity.

Smart Roadster (2003-2006) – This was a two-seater sports car that featured a retractable roof.

Smart Forfour (2004-2006) – A four-seater car that was produced in partnership with Mitsubishi. It was designed to be a more practical option than the original Smart Fortwo.

Smart Fortwo (2007-present) – The second generation of the Smart Fortwo was introduced in 2007 and is still in production today. It has undergone several updates and redesigns over the years.

Smart Fortwo Electric Drive (2010-present) – An all-electric version of the Smart Fortwo that was first introduced in 2010.

Smart Forfour (2014-present) – A new version of the four-seater Smart car that was reintroduced in 2014. This model is based on the same platform as the Renault Twingo.

It’s worth noting that some of these models were not available in all markets, and the availability of specific Smart car models can vary depending on where you are located.