You can do something approaching it, but it's less efficient.
Basically, you want to place the food close to the top element, and crank the heat all the way up. An extra pan on one of the lower racks of the oven will help to deflect some of the heat coming in from the lower element.
For non-countertop models, you'll also want to leave the door propped open -- if you don't, the oven will heat up and cycle the elements off.
That being said ... the model of oven you linked to mentions "Independent upper and lower element temperature setting" ... so it might be possible to set the upper element on high while the lower one is off or at least on low.