Leaked brochure images, which purportedly show us the Honda Jazz facelift, have made their way onto the internet thanks to Twitter user @Ren_games_ and CarDrive.

The new Jazz (or Fit as it is known in Japan) will reportedly be released in June this year, featuring a series of aesthetic changes. The redesigned front end sees the addition of chrome trim above the Honda logo, and the sharper (possibly LED) headlights also receive their own chrome extensions.

Though the images aren’t of the highest resolution, we can see that the previous chrome wing piece positioned below the brand’s logo has been removed as well. Moving to the rear, the Jazz appears to remain largely unchanged, save for the new lower apron that now has a chrome outline at the bottom.

In select images, the B-segment hatchback is seen with a body kit that sees a more aggressive-looking bumper to give it a “pointier” front end. Other elements that are part of the body kit include larger fog lamp enclosures, side skirts and a rear spoiler

Unfortunately, there are no images of the new Jazz’s interior but if the exterior is any indication, the changes on the inside should be pretty subtle as well.

As for engines, the new Jazz looks to continue on with the familiar 1.5 litre and 1.3 litre i-VTEC petrol engines. Also available is a hybrid powertrain that consist of a 1.5 litre i-VTEC Atkinson-cycle engine, an electric motor, a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and a lithium-ion battery.

No mention of a downsized 1.0 litre turbo engine as reported earlier, as that may be reserved for the next-gen model that is said to arrive in 2019. It is also noted that the Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver assistance systems will be another addition to the Jazz, along with six new exterior body colours.

GALLERY: Current Honda Jazz (Carnival Red) in Malaysia