The color code for Smart cars is a three-digit code that specifies the exact paint color used on the vehicle. The code is usually located on the driver’s side door jamb or inside the fuel filler door.

The first digit of the code represents the primary color group, while the second and third digits represent the specific shade or color. Here is a breakdown of the Smart car color code system:

1. Primary color groups:

1xx: Solid colors
2xx: Metallic colors
3xx: Tridion safety cell colors (the safety cell is the visible frame of the car)
4xx: Special colors

2. Specific color codes:

The second and third digits of the code represent the specific shade or color within the primary color group.
For example, the color code for a Smart Fortwo in a metallic black color would be 2xx, with the specific shade represented by the second and third digits of the code.

It’s worth noting that different markets may have slightly different color codes or naming conventions, so it’s important to check with your local Smart dealer or manufacturer to confirm the specific color code for your vehicle.

There are numerous color codes available for Smart cars, depending on the specific model and year. Here is a list of some of the most common color codes used for Smart cars:

1xx – Solid colors:

101: White
102: Black
103: Silver
104: Yellow
105: Red
106: Blue
107: Green
108: Orange

2xx – Metallic colors:

201: Deep Black
202: Cool Silver
203: Star Blue
204: Crystal White
205: Light Yellow
206: Red Metallic
207: Blue Metallic
208: Grey Metallic

3xx – Tridion safety cell colors:

301: Black Tridion safety cell
302: Silver Tridion safety cell
303: White Tridion safety cell
304: Red Tridion safety cell
305: Blue Tridion safety cell

4xx – Special colors:

401: Matt Anthracite
402: Matt Grey
403: Matt White
404: Matt Green
405: Matt Red

It’s worth noting that the availability of specific color codes can vary depending on the region or country where the Smart car is being sold. Additionally, some Smart car models may have unique color options that are not available on other models.