Here's What It Takes To Get A Smart Car To Hoon

You’d think that a car with an okay amount of horsepower for its size, a super short wheelbase and rear-drive would be able to hoon, and hoon quite easily. Why is this not the case with the EV Smart?

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The guys at Hoonigan can barely get the car to chirp its tires. They have to resort to wetting them, spraying them with shoe shiner or dousing them with WD-40.

Maybe next time try with something a little more ambitious?

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Kristen Lee

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