Toyota Motor Thailand has released a new teaser for the facelifted Toyota Vios – the B-segment sedan, having received a new engine and transmission just last year, is set to be given a nip and tuck which will be revealed on the company’s Youtube page later today at 11:30 am.

What’s more, the sole headlamp image shown – a new projector unit with black bezels and integrated eyebrow-shaped LED positioning lights – confirms that the car will essentially mirror the facelifted Chinese-market model already revealed last year.

Along with the aforementioned headlights, that vehicle also features a new T-shaped upper grille, as well as a gaping lower grille that is reminiscent of the new American-market Camry (with the fog lights now inset into the grille), flanked by a set of vertical LED daytime running lights.

Moving to the rear, the tail lights now have revised internal graphics, joined by a thinner chrome bootlid bar than before. The bumper has also been reprofiled for a sleeker, more fluid look. Inside, changes are limited to a redesigned centre console, complete with new centre air vents.

Since the Vios has just been a recipient of an entire new powertrain, expect no changes in that department for our market – a 1NR-FE 1.5 litre Dual VVT-i four-cylinder engine should be retained, sending 107 PS at 6,000 rpm and 140 Nm at 4,200 rpm to the front wheels via either a five-speed manual gearbox or a CVT.

GALLERY: Chinese-market Toyota Vios facelift