Smart, the king of tiny cars has just unveiled the latest version of the ForTwo micro car, and it's new four-seat mini car, the ForFour. For the first time since 2006, Smart now has a second vehicle in it's line-up. Prior to that, the brand had a four-seat vehicle that was based on the Mitsubishi Colt, but Daimler discontinued it after only two years due to slow sales. Daimler has partnered with Renault for the ForFour, sharing the same underpinnings as the Renault Twingo. The ForFour will be built at a Slovenian Renault factory, while the redesigned ForTwo will continue to be built at the Smart factory in Hambach, France. The two cars from Smart will share identical styling, the ForFour will simply be a stretched version of the ForTwo to accommodate an extra row of seating and pair of doors, but it will not be as long as Renault's Twingo. Both cars will go on sale this fall in Europe, and will hit North America in late 2015, badged as a 2016 model. Sadly, the ForFour probably won't make it here.