On the sidelines of the DRB-Hicom-Geely definitive agreement signing ceremony in Kuala Lumpur today, the updated, enhanced Proton Exora MPV was displayed, featuring lightly revised aesthetics and equipment.

Here, the seven-seater bears the latest iteration of Proton badging in black and chrome, along with gloss black accents comprised of the front grille trim, side mirror covers, painted roof, rear spoiler, and tailgate trim. Bumper and side skirt trim pieces a la Exora Super Premium are present here, while these along with the door trim strips are of a more pared-down design.

Rolling stock is a set of 205/55/R16 tyres mounted on Inspira-look wheels with a machine-finished face. Inside, the SP’s faux carbon-fibre trim on the centre console and gearlever surround has been replaced by a new, patterned plastic finish, while seating is trimmed in leather, with the four main seats gaining an additional central strip.

The steering wheel is now identical to that in the Proton Preve, while connectivity now gains a USB port for media input and playback, which will be controlled via a 2-DIN head unit. The second row includes a flip-down monitor for video playback.

Full technical details are yet to be confirmed; in its last iteration the Exora was powered by a 1.6 litre turbocharged four-pot CFE engine paired with a CVT driving the front axle, while a 1.6 litre naturally-aspirated CPS was also available – on this front, it is more than likely to remain unchanged.

Do stay tuned for updates here; in the meantime, enjoy the gallery of the Proton Exora Enhanced.