Nissan has uncovered a facelifted version of its Micra city car.
The new-look Micra gains a sharper front-end design including new-look headlights, a revamped grille with Nissan's trademark V-shape, and broader lower air intake.
The rear has also seen some attention with LED tail-lights, and a new range of wheel designs are expected.
Inside there's a new, more contemporary centre console which does away with the cutesy circular air-vents in favour of squared-off units. Piano black finishes around the stereo also lift the ambience over the existing plasticky silver trim.
No further information is available about the car as yet.
The Micra recently switched from Indonesian production to India, and with that change the brand dropped the 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine in favour of an all three-cylinder lineup.
-Fairfax News Australia
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