Fiat has facelifted the four-year old 500L and launched three distinct variants. Urban, Cross and Wagon.
Cross versions have raised suspension and larger wheels to give greater off-road prowess, while Wagons get seven seats.
The same basic shape has been maintained, but the bumpers have been revised and include LED daytime running lights.
There is also a new interior with revised instrument panel as seen in the the 500X.
Emissions data is yet to be revealed but there should be some improvements in fuel efficiency, which could bring diesel versions of the 500L below 100g/km for the first time.
Two petrol and two diesel engines have been confirmed, ranging from 1.3-litres to 1.6-litres with outputs from 95PS to 120PS.