Earlier this month, it was reported that a refeshed Proton Exora was on the cards, and its arrival has now been confirmed – according to a post on Proton’s Facebook page, the latest iteration of the MPV is due to be officially launched tomorrow.

It’s the third update for the model, which has been around since 2009 (the Bold version made its debut in 2011, followed by an enhancement two years ago), and so the rework isn’t expected to be comprehensive, as the teaser clip released by the automaker reveals.

The Exora gets the new instrument cluster as seen on the 2019 Iriz and 2019 Persona facelifts, and as expected, there will be a new head unit like that found on the Iriz and Persona, complete with ‘Proton’ lettering on the lower section of the frame outline.

The new seven-inch touchscreen system, based on Geely’s Global Key User Interface (GKUI) unit found on the X70, comes with the “Hi Proton” voice command system and a 4G internet connection, which allows for online music streaming and live traffic updates.

The Exora also gets new part-leather upholstery and a new rosewood maroon exterior colour, and the clip also reveals additional chrome garnish on the front grille outlines. We’ll have the full run-down on the changes from the launch tomorrow.

This is likely to be the final set of revisions for the Exora, given that a replacement – based on the Geely Jiaji – has already been slated for production.