A facelifted Land Rover Freelander will go on sale this summer.
Styling changes will be confined to minor modifications, focused on the front and rear ends.
These include a redesigned front grille, revised bumpers and LED daytime running lights.
The engine line-up isn't expected to be changed, although there may be combined power and economy improvements of up to 15 per cent.
The focus of Land Rover's development is currently on the LRX, which will go on sale this autumn, and which will be available as the first ever two-wheel drive Land Rover.
The LRX will be Golf-size coupe - whose interior is likely to focus on style instead of full-blown practicality.
It is due to make its public debut at the Paris show and enter production next year.