You can download an owners manual from the smart web site.
There's a small "BRABUS" badge on the lower right of the trunk on a real BRABUS as well.The give-a-way are the wheels. A "real" US spec Brabus had 15" front and 17" rear wheels. They were silver and the outer rim was smooth to the edge. This car has black wheels, all in 15" with a distinct raised edge on outer part of the rim. The only correct Brabus badges are the gas filler door, the triangles, and the grill badge. Where it has a Brabus badge on the hatch, it should say smart in chrome. The ones on the glove box, the shifter console, the center of the steering wheel, and fuel rail cover are all after market.
Certainly not bad mouthing the car, it is very pretty and well done, but it is not a Brabus, but a "City Flame".
Still a smart. One thing nobody has asked is what exhaust does it have? Single side or dual center? Brabus has center. You could add it, but you'd have to change the rear valence. And you don't appear to have the rear fender flares either. Looks like smart just fancied up a regular cabrio. But did a nice job of it. And it's definitely a rarer model, as such. Sharp interior, nice wheels.Well, thank you! It may be fake, but still fun to drive! thank you for letting me know!