The Lynk & Co 03 sedan has been spotted testing again, this time in wintry climes for cold-weather testing. The basic shape remains evident, though now with more front-end detail visible.

Here, what appears to be LED daytime running light strips akin to those on the concept are found on the test mule, while beneath those are a pair of more production-ready lamp assemblies, also with more resemblance to those on the concept car. The shrouding around the lower corners of the front bumper could be a variation of design compared to that spotted on an earlier sighting; a bodykit, perhaps?

Around the back end, the 03 mule here gets tail lights which largely resemble the concept’s, as have the changes to the lower part of the bumper relative to the show car’s. Where the twin exhausts pass through the bumper, the development mule’s pair is located along the lower edges.

This also appears to have gained a sort of triangular design flourish, though it remains to be seen if this will be carried through to final production form. As with the front end, the rear bumper sports a more aggressive set of lines, and wears a particularly squared-off outline. A diffuser has been applied to the lower edge here, too.

The unseen parts of the 03 sedan are built upon the CMA platform which also forms the basis of Volvo’s 40-series models, enabling the adoption of the Swedish brand’s latest in powertrain technology. This includes the 1.5 litre turbocharged three-pot and a 2.0 litre turbo four (both petrols), with a hybrid option for the former.

Further afield, the Lynk & Co is set to have “more than five or six cars” by 2020, and a pure EV model is also likely to join the standard ICE and plug-in hybrid versions, though the exact model split remains to be seen. On the Malaysian front, Proton’s Tanjung Malim plant is expected to be tasked with the Geely group’s production of right-hand-drive models.