As published by AutoNetMagz, the image shows the Brio with its little chrome grille swapped out for a black piece that’s linked to the headlamps. The unit seen here also appears to sport a new headlamp cluster with LED daytime running lights, along with a set of turbine-style 15-inch alloy wheels.
The Brio RS will likely carry on with the 1.2 litre four-cylinder SOHC engine that produces a total of 88 PS and 109 Nm of torque. Transmission-wise, a five-speed manual or an automatic CVT gearbox will be available.
With no interior pics, it remains to be seen whether the Brio RS will receive the new BR-V-inspired dashboard layout like the facelifted Honda Mobilio. Currently, the entry-level Brio Satya A starts at a price of 118 million Rupiah (RM35,960). Moving up the range, the Brio S goes for 150 million Rupiah (RM45,720) and the Brio E is tagged at 158 million Rupiah (RM48,180)
GALLERY: Honda Brio Satya at the 2014 IIMS