Below this, the lower air intake is horizontally bisected and flanked by a pair of fog lights.
Out the back, the updated Mirage has revised tail-light graphics with, what seem to be, LED brake lights underneath clear lenses for the reversing and indicator lights.
The rear bumper has been reshaped to house the car's reflector units.
On the inside, the Mirage seems to have gained a few extra pieces of piano black plastic trim around the gear selector, the bottom of the steering wheel and the door panel arm rests.
It's not known whether the updated Mirage will sport any mechanical upgrades. Timing has yet to be confirmed, but expect an early 2016 reveal for the revised Mirage hatch.
Locally, in the micro car segment, sales of the Mirage are down around 44 percent on this time last year to 3057. Despite that, though, the Mirage is still well ahead of its competitors, including the Fiat 500 (1828), Holden Barina Spark (1050), Suzuki Celerio (1048), and Nissan Micra (999).