The facelifted version of Volkswagen's Eos coupe-cabriolet will cost from £22,895, the company has confirmed.
The revised model, launched at the recent Los Angeles motor show ahead of it reaching UK showrooms in January 2011, is the latest in a long line of recent VW models to receive a Golf-style makeover.
This means it gets a re-designed front-end including a new headlight design incorporating LED daytime running lights, a new chrome-trimmed front grille and a lower, wider air intake at the bottom. New fog lights also feature.
Changes at the rear are also inspired by the Golf; its rear lights have been squared off, while the bumper has also been re-designed.
Changes to the interior are less substantial, however. Some material quality is improved and new leather trim options are offered, while there is also a new steering wheel and a new instrument panel.
New features include Light and Park Assist systems and keyless entry and start. The retractable hard-top roof can also be controlled by the wireless remote control.
The entry level model will be powered by a 120bhp 1.4 TSI petrol engine. Other petrol options include 158bhp 1.4 TSI and 207bhp 2.0 TSI units, while a 138bhp TDI is also offered.