American highways will soon see the tiny Smart ForTwo minicars following the announcement today the Smart brand will be opening 68 sales outlets in the U.S. across 31 states this month. The brand’s official distributor in the U.S., Penske Automotive Group, declined to comment on the number of sales it expects this year but according to the CEO of Smart’s parent company, Dieter Zetsche, more than 30,000 people have already signed up for one.

California has the most Smart franchises with ten stores all up, followed by Florida with eight, New York with six and Texas with five outlets. Penske also plans to open up an additional six stores as the year progresses, reports Automotive News.

The cars will be offered with three different trim options with the base model starting as low as $12,235 and the range topping coming in at $17,595. For this money, customers get an ultra-efficient two-seater that’s perfect for driving around town, however, highway stretches could be a little unnerving up next to full size SUVs and semis.