Nissan's updated 2014 Micra light hatch has surfaced again, this week appearing in its new European-market guise.
The updated Micra was first unveiled at March's Bangkok Motor Show, but here we see one key difference not revealed with that model: a new hooked designed to the headlights.
The subtly revised lights bring the Micra more in-line with Nissan's larger models, particularly the Australia-bound Altima sedan.
The 2014 Micra's styling is otherwise identical to the model shown in Bangkok, with a new wide grille and Nissan's familiar v-like badge frame.
There's also a wide new lower grille and triangular chrome-trimmed foglight bezels, along with new LED tail-lights and a new rear bumper.
In the cabin, Nissan has given the Micra's dash an upmarket makeover, adding a redesigned centre stack with a gloss black trim, new controls and new rectangular air-conditioning ports.
Australian timing for the updated Micra is still to be confirmed, although we can likely expect supply to continue coming from Nissan's India plant.
The current 'K13' Micra made its international debut in 2010, going on sale in Australia late in 2011. We can likely expect this first update to make its way to Australia in the coming year.
Australian models were recently updated, gaining new standard equipment but losing its 1.5 litre engine as supply moved from Indonesia to India.
Local launch timing for the updated Micra is still to be confirmed, however a debut late this year or early in 2014 is likely.