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If you have a written contract which states that your car is the exact same as the Limited, except for the catalytic converter, then you may have a case (though even then it may be weak). Without a written contract stating that the car is the same as the limited except for the catalytic converter, then I'm afraid that you have no recourse. The main issue is simply that you had the chance to inspect and review the car that you actually bought. Accordingly, you could have determined whether it was acceptable or not, and whether it had Eye assist or not. I don't think a court would care what the Limited has, and instead, would care about whether you got the car that you contracted to get. The later discovery of additional options on the Limited is irrelevant. What would be relevant would be if your contract states that your car has the Eye assist. If your contract states that, then you have recourse because you didn't get what you contracted for. But if you got what you contracted for, then the fact that you were told of only a minor difference between the Limited and your car is not relevant. After all, you could certainly have investigated the difference on your own, and then demanded the Limited.
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