Volkswagen's light Polo hatch is due for an equally light facelift soon, with new spy photos this week offering a look at what's to come.
Heavy camouflage at the front-end obscures the finer details, but the area covered suggests we can look forward to a revised face for the popular hatch.
Styling changes aren't like to be extensive however: the current fifth-generation Polo was among the first models to wear Volkswagen's latest styling language when it debuted in 2009.
Images posted earlier this year hinted at a lightly revised front bumper for the Polo, although we might also expect sharpened headlights with a new internal design.
The updated model's cabin has yet to be spied, but it is likely we'll also see equipment and trim upgrades inside.
Reports suggest that a turbocharged 1.0 litre three-cylinder petrol engine will also make its way to the Polo, rivalling the 1.0 litre EcoBoost engine offered at the lighter end of Ford's line-up.
Watch for more on the revised Polo in the coming months.