The Honda Brio facelift has been spotted at an Indian dealership ahead of its launch. The images you see below are the first ever of the Brio facelift on Indian soil.
The facelifted Honda Brio was first showcased at the IIMS 2016 in Indonesia. Similar to the Indonesian-spec Brio, the Indian version gets a sportier front fascia that would attract a much younger audience.
The exterior now features faux intakes with fog lamps incorporated on it, larger secondary grille, and a wider black grille. The rear-end doesn't seem to have received any updates.
In the interior, the updated Brio adopts the new dashboard from the Amaze and BR-V. The interior will feature an all black theme with silver accents and a mix of matte and gloss black trim materials.
The new Brio will also feature automatic climate control, steering-mounted controls, and an all new audio system with Honda Connect. Honda has chosen to equip the new Brio with an all new 2-DIN audio system that supports bluetooth streaming and telephony.
Offered on the new Brio will be the 1.2-litre, four-cylinder, i-VTEC petrol engine capable of producing 88bhp of power and 109 Nm peak torque. The engine will be connected to a 5-speed manual gearbox, while there are rumours that Honda might later go for Amaze's CVT gearbox.