Use our tool below to calculate the charging time of the Smart EQ fortwo. If you don’t find the battery size of your vehicle in the dropdown list below, feel free to use our universal EV charging time calculator.
About the Smart EQ fortwo
Looking for an electric car that is affordable and also cute? The Smart EQ ForTwo is a two-seater perfect for running around town with an extra passenger.
This electric hatchback is fun to drive and packs features that, for example, lets you extend the battery, connectivity that enables you to control your car from your smartphone even remotely, active brake assist, etc.
Despite its small size and lower price, you won’t sacrifice many features; there is an 8-inch touchscreen display and integration with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
- Manufacturer: Smart
- Battery sizes: 18 kWh
- Range: up to 64 miles (103 kilometers)
Charging time calculator for Smart EQ fortwo
Starting charge level
Target charge level
Charging power in kW
If you want to calculate the charging time for a certain distance, complete the steps below:
Distance per day
Model energy consumption
How long does it take to charge a Smart EQ fortwo?
With a battery capacity of 18 kWh, charging a Smart EQ fortwo at home from 20% to 80% can take up to 08:00 hours with a 1.9 kW level 1 charger, or between 00:33 to 01:05 hours with an 11-22 kW level 2 charging station. With fast charging at a public station, the vehicle can be charged in less than 00:04 hours.
Charge time for a Smart EQ fortwo
|Level 1 charger 1.9 kW
|up to 08:00 hours
|Level 2 charger – 11-22 kW
|between 00:33 to 01:05 hours
|Public Station DC Fast Charging
|less than 00:04 hours
Common questions and useful information
Smart EQ fortwo charging time calculator step-by-step guide
- Step 1: Battery size – Select the battery size of the vehicle from the dropdown list
- Step 2 and 3: Starting and target charge level – Set the current and desired state of charge. For a full charge, select respectively 0% and 100%. Please note, the target charge level can’t be lower than the starting charge level.
- Step 4: Charging power in kW – Enter the charging power output.
Great! You’ve now calculated the charging time of the vehicle.
To calculate your daily charging time or the charging time for a certain distance, please follow the next steps.
- Step 5: Distance unit – Select miles, or km.
- Step 6: Distance per day – Set the driving distance.
- Step 7: Energy consumption in kW – Select your model or enter here the energy consumption of the vehicle (kWh/100).
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