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Famed Mercedes tuning shop, Brabus, set their sights a bit, er, smaller, with a new smart forfour concept it plans to show at the Essen show this weekend. Sporting a roll cage and racing seats, the concept — which isn't in production (yet) — is juiced to over 200hp (210hp, actually), a symbolic threshold for the smart line of the "who woulda thunk it" variety. The concept also gets a locking differential racing brakes and 17" rims — which look more like 34" on the diminutive smart — as well as custom paint and interior with an Alcantara trimmed instrument panel with a back-lit cluster. More pics after the jump.

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