Honda is all set to launch the facelifted Brio in early October 2016. The facelift will feature changes similar to the recently launched Amaze facelift.
On the exterior, the Brio facelift gets a revamped front-end, a new bumper, new fog lamp housings, and a bigger air dam.
The new front grille will be finished in piano black with chrome accent, similar to the new Honda Jazz, but no major changes on the side or rear profiles.
The major upgrade on the Brio facelift will be the new all-black dashboard featuring a vertically stacked centre console in piano black finish.
The Silver inserts near A/C vents and the passenger-side dashboard area are also new on the hatchback. The additional features offered will include a new 2-DIN audio system with steering mounted audio controls, Honda Connect, and an automatic climate control.
Similar to the Amaze facelift, the facelifted Brio is expected only to feature cosmetic updates and no mechanical updates.
Powering the Brio will be Honda's 1.2-litre, four-cylinder, i-VTEC engine that can produce 87Bhp and 109 Nm of torque. Transmission offered will be a 5-speed manual, and the CVT gearbox.
Once launched, we expect Honda to price the facelifted hatch somewhere close to its predecessor, until then, stay tuned to DriveSpark for updates.