I think that's a standard disclaimer they use across the whole website (the rest of the "photo gallery" shots are indeed Euro-spec cars). However, to the best of my knowledge, the only external visual differences between the US and Euro versions are the wheels and the side markers. So that main photo is a good representation of what we'll be getting.I just noticed that it actually says European model shown at the bottom of that page, huh?
Because only a marketing organization as perverse as smart's could show a US spec vehicle with German plates on a Canadian website?How do we know that the pictured car is US spec rather than Canadian spec? They're not usually the same.