Both models pick up new front-end styling, with the Prius C in particular benefiting from a more sporting look that takes a few front-end cues from the popular 86 coupe. There's also new LED tail lights at the rear.
For the 2015 Prius V family wagon, revealed back in October, there’s an aggressive new headlight design and a larger front grille, flanked by tall foglight bezels at either size.
The C and V models both pick up a number of subtle interior tweaks, and Toyota says the smaller of the two has also been given new “premium materials” in the cabin.
The mechanical packages of both models remains unchanged for 2015, with the Prius V featuring a petrol-electric 1.8 litre setup and the Prius C carrying a 1.5 litre version of the same technology.
The upgraded Prius C will make its Australian debut in the first quarter of 2015, with the Prius V to follow mid-year.