For those of you following the saga of SMART's progress towards infiltrating the U.S. more closely than the NBA Finals, these spy shots are for you. The soft-top Cabriolet and City Coupe pictured show that SMART's here to stay, at least for now. Refreshed head and tail lamps, a pedestrian-friendy nose, new and more aerodynamic mirrors, and door handles that fit flush with the door round out the updates to DaimlerChrysler's perennial problem child. Also be on the lookout for Mitsubishi's turbocharged three-banger -- despite the end of DaimlerChrysler's engine development relationship with Mitsubishi for projects such as this, the little car will still sport the diminuitive power plant, which it shares with the Mitsubishi i.

[Source: Channel4]

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