Land Rover's reworking of its Evoque model will be unveiled to the public for the first time in March.
Even though the Range Rover upgrade won't be on sale until next year, it is due to make its global bow before the 2015 Geneva Motor Show's discerning audience.
But the coy manufacturer has given the motoring world a taste of things to come, previewing its new distinctive headlamps.
Land Rover devotees buying a car in 2016 will benefit from the model being the first to include headlamps that are completely LED adaptive. This will offer fantastic illumination for motorists driving at night, helping them to hug the road's curves.
The British firm is set to filter out more details next Monday, February 23.
Meanwhile, the motoring press already know that the latest upgrade includes internal improvements, updated convenience and safety features plus a revamped engine line-up.
Land Rover's Gerry McGovern said the refreshments will give the Evoque "greater road presence" without diluting its "emotional appeal".
Copyright Press Association 2015