Exora Facelift Spyshots-04

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It has been a long time coming, and today we finally have confirmation that the 2015 Proton Exora facelift will come equipped with Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and four airbags. Whether they will be offered as standard or not, we’ll have to wait further, though.

UPDATE: Reader CK Wong sent us a new batch of hi-res pics for an all-round view of the Exora – thanks mate! The photos reveal new chrome-ringed LED units up front (where the old fog lamps were), which are likely to be daytime running lights. The dark blue Exora Standard at the back of the trailer shows a new colour option too.

Thanks to reader Arif Hasan, these fresh spyshots show the upcoming refreshed MPV fully undisguised, presumably heading to a Proton dealership in time for its official launch – which, given that a showroom test drive car already exists, should be sooner rather than later.

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Other than the two new standout features printed on its side, the Elegant Brown example also shows a few (minimal) aesthetic changes. The 10-spoke alloy wheels are new, as are the black strip along the doors and the centre-mounted rear fog lamp within the bumper. The taillamps appear to have a different LED light arrangement too.

When the 2015 Proton Exora does get its official unveiling, it will be the MPV’s second facelift (explaining the Exora MC2 codename widely circulated on the Net) after its initial debut back in 2009. As always, we’ll publish updates on the upcoming model here on paultan.org as soon as they are available.