Three is the magic number for Smart
It's available in both coupe and cabriolet bodystyles, both of which feature melon green metallic paintwork, offset by silver-coloured panels. Six-spoke alloy wheels and aluminium-effect logos complete the external makeover.
Inside, there's a unique striped upholstery design and brown leather-effect inserts for the doors and instrument panel. There's also dark brown leather trim for the gearknob and special sports steering wheel. You still have to pay extra for a glove compartment and power steering, however.
At £9950 for the coupe and £11,900 for the cabriolet, the Limited Three costs £1432 more than the model it's based on.
Smart's 'micro hybrid drive' system helps to keep running costs down, however. Don't be fooled by the name – it's simply an engine stop/start system that helps to achieve average fuel economy of 65.7mpg and CO2 emissions of 103g/km.