By Nick Aziz
Monday, Jun 12th, 2006 @ 1:09 am
 
With the likelihood of DaimlerChrysler's Smart ForTwo coming to the United States at an all-time high, there has been an increased interest among Americans about the safety, performance, and practicality of the tiny two-seater. Of course, all these questions were asked when the ForTwo first debuted in Germany years ago. To see how the Smart car would do in a real-world crash, the Germans staged a simple head-on accident with a Mercedes S-Class pitted against the little Smart. The experiment seems to have been the work of an independent team, including Auto Motor und Sport magazine. While the Smart car's unibody stays together admirably, it sure gets tossed around...