Mitsubishi has confirmed the current-generation Eclipse Cross small SUV will receive a “significant” facelift in the fourth quarter of this year.
Set to launch in December, the facelift “will incorporate major front and rear design enhancements, taking cues from Mitsubishi’s next-generation design language,” according to the company.
Aside from the fresh look, the new Eclipse Cross will get a revised interior, featuring an updated multimedia system. For reference, the current model uses a 7.0-inch touchscreen.
No other details on the facelifted Eclipse Cross have been released at this time, but it won’t be long before we see it in the metal, so stayed.
The existing version of the Kia Seltos rival is priced between $29,990 and $39,490 plus on-road costs, with it slotting in between the ASX and Outlander in Mitsubishi Australia’s SUV line-up.