It will come with a minor facelift, updated interiors and some new features.

The facelifted car is already on sale abroad, but recently spy pictures of the car being tested in India have surfaced. The updated MU-X is likely to get sport projector headlamps with LED daytime running lights, subtle changes to the front bumper, new alloy wheels, LED elements inside the tail-lamps and a revised rear bumper.

The big changes will be to the cabin, the redesigned dashboard will now have a two-tone beige-and-black colour theme and will come with an artificial wood trim to lift the cabin’s appeal, as well as some soft-touch bits. The car will also have a new touchscreen infotainment system that will offer a range of features.

The car will most probably use the same 177hp 3.0-litre diesel with either two- or four-wheel drive mated to a five-speed automatic transmission.

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