Smart, the Mercedes-Benz-owned maker of those really tiny Fortwo city cars, is a manufacturer that you think would have gone all-electric some time ago. While that hasn’t been the case, the company is making a big move in that direction later this year. Starting with the 2017 model year, all of Smart’s vehicles will come with the option of an electric version.

Pricing details for the new Smart Electric Drive models hasn’t been revealed yet, but that might change when all three go on display at the Paris Motor Show in October. The new Fortwo coupe is scheduled to go on sale in spring of 2017, while the convertible model will arrive in the summer months.

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