Thursday, December 16, 2010

Smart Business

Le Pharaon Smart, Livorno
“Le Pharaon”, a video game arcade
Look of the Year Smart, Livorno
“The Look of the Year”, a fashion show
Greenvision Ciampi, Smart Fortwo, Livorno
A local optician shop

See also: Smart Love - Nine Smarts - Smart Love II - Smart Forever
Search labels: Smart

19 comments:

roentarre said...

These cars are simply fabulous to see. So much creativity in our community

Luis Gomez said...

Very smart! You see more and more of these in DC.

Farmchick said...

People really are getting the most out of the space available on these cars. I would love to be able to drive one.

ρομπερτ said...

Somehow they look 'alive'.

A safe road ahead and a good Thursday as well.

daily athens

EG Wow said...

I love the look of these little cars. I think it would be perfect for getting about town...but I wouldn't feel safe on the highways around Toronto where people drive like maniacs.

I once saw one with a license plate that read "Not dumb"

Kate said...

Smart idea to use these for businesses. Just the right size to zip around town!

Randy said...

I'll bet they are fun to drive!

Jack said...

I am seeing more of these little cars, and I am also seeing more cars with signs on them. Just like Livorno!

Babzy said...

ah the Smarts are so smart :)

Dina said...

They are eye-catching even without the advertising, but even more so with.

cieldequimper said...

If not bicycles, we should all drive Smarts.

Cezar and Léia said...

They are all beautiful, I like a lot this car!
Léia

joo said...

The first one is my favourite this time:)

Francisca said...

@EG Wow, I think you need to visit Rome or Manila to see people really drive like maniacs. Toronto...? Naaah! But I agree, these cars are way too cute for big highway driving; and they look a lot more pleasant than the advertising on buses and trucks and anything on wheels we have here. :-D

JM said...

I like the egyptian version. :-)

Rob and Mandy said...

Cars are getting smaller and smaller... Renault has a prototype of an electric 2seater car with a difference: 2 people will be sitting one behind the other. I doubt it will ever be a success.
And I doubt I would fit in a Smart anyway.

Birdman said...

I'd hate to 'meet' an 18 wheeler in this. Can you say squeeze box? I know you can.

Small City Scenes said...

Smart and scary too. Fun to run around on the country roads but stay off the highways. I have a small type car but these guys look small next to mine.
Does anyone remember the Nash Metropolitian? MB

Kaori said...

ute advertisements! As long as they don't look like F1cars, I think they're ok :-)