The updated Fiat 500X has been teased in a shadowy image posted by Autoblog.it, giving us an early glimpse of what to expect from the model's mid-life facelift.
The headlights now have an elliptical shape with an LED signature strongly resembling an eye, circular LED daytime-running lights around the indicators, and a subtly revised fascia.
Recent spy images of camouflaged prototypes also indicate that the new 500X will sport revised bumpers, new tail-lights, and new alloy wheel designs.
Other changes are expected to include a new steering wheel an updated infotainment system, along with revisions to cabin trims and upholsteries.
Finally, the updated 500X should also get some new engines as per its twin-under-the-skin, the Jeep Renegade. Headlining the new powertrain family are a pair of turbocharged petrol engines, the first being an 88kW 1.0-litre unit and the second being a 1.3-litre available in 112kW and 134kW tunes.
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