Ok, thanks. The version of ETKA (parts catalogue) that I can access doesn't indicate different headlights for the Street Up!, so I'm assuming it will be the same as the regular Up!s:
If by 'plug the light into' you mean the part that is visible from the front of the car with glass and reflectors, that is only available as an entire unit: on rhd cars the part code is #1S1 941 015 for left and #1S1 941 016 for right headlight; final letter of the code is M for black or N for chrome finish.
If you mean the part at the back of the light bulb, I think you want the part labelled #6 above, which is called a 'cover cap' and is part #1S0 941 607. Beyond that the power connection is from the main wiring harness; I believe the connector is part #8L0 973 703 ('flat contact housing with contact locking mechanism for headlamps, 3-pin'); looks like this:
CONNECTOR CONTACT PLUG VW AUDI SKODA SEAT 161941165 VERY GOOD STATE 161941165 / 161 941165 / 161 941 165 Number of color, and the length of the wires in the plug can be different from that in the picture
Could you explain why you don't think it fits your car, please?
It may also be worth looking at the list on ETKA yourself:
Spare parts catalogs on foreign cars. Search by vin. Spare parts for any brand of car.
Pick the year of manufacturer and engine code (I believe the Street Up! is CHYB/75bhp), then the electrics menu, then the item 'central wiring set the connector housing is found in the individual...'. All connectors from the main wiring harness are on here.
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