FIAT is updating its 500X crossover model with a new look inside and out and some new engines.
Priced from Â£16,995 - an increase of some Â£1,500 over the outgoing model - the new 500X is the first Fiat to feature the company's new turbocharged 1.0 and 1.3-litre petrol engines.
Those will be available from £18,995 for the 1.0-litre and £21,195 for the 1.3-litre which will be paired with a six-speed dual clutch automatic transmission.
There are no diesels in the new line up and the entry level model - powered by a 110hp 1.6 E-Torq engine - is the only one to feature a powertrain that has been carried forward.
All the engines meet the latest emission standards and the E-Torq has been upgraded with a stop/start system.
Performance data is a combined 48.7mpg with emissions of 133g/km for the three cylinder 1.0-litre which develops 120bhp giving it a 0 to 60 time of 10.9 seconds and a top speed of 117mph.
The 1.3 engine is boosted to 150bhp and has four cylinders. It is available only with the DCT box which results in a 0 to 60 time of 9.1 seconds, a maximum of 124mph and it is rated at 46.3mpg with a CO2 figure of 140g/km.
The 110bhp 1.6-litre is not quite as fuel efficient averaging 42.2 to the gallon (154g/km) and has a 0 to 60 time of 11.5 seconds with a top end of 112mph.
Three trim levels are available - Urban, City Cross and Cross Plus - and all come with traffic sign recognition, a speed limit advisor and lane keeping systems as standard.
Urban and Cross have different body styles with the Cross models getting a more SUV-like appearance including a satin chrome finish to skid plates front and rear and body coloured door mirrors, although four-wheel-drive models are absent from the launch line up.
Cross style also brings front fog lamps and the cars sit on 17-inch wheels as opposed to the 16-inch rims on the Urban models.
Cross Plus versions add LED headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels, roof bars and dark tinted rear windows while inside there's a TomTom navigation system, a reversing camera and a front armrest.
All have a seven-inch display screen and come with full smartphone connectivity while the Cross grade models include a 3.5-inch colour TFT screen in the instrument panel.
Blind spot alerts, adaptive cruise control and automatic city braking systems are options.