Kia has announced plans to bring the facelifted Picanto to next month's Geneva Motor Show.

Kia has announced plans to bring the facelifted Picanto to next month's Geneva Motor Show.

Official images of the 2015 Picanto are not available at this point but we managed to obtain more pics with the Morning facelift sold at home in South Korea. The version commercialized in Europe will look virtually the same and will be available with fresh 14-inch alloy wheels and an optional sport pack compatible with both three- and five-door body styles.

As far as the interior is concerned, the revised Picanto will get new chrome accents surrounding the air vents and instrument binnacle, along with a new upholstery pattern and a slightly revised center dashboard which can optionally host Kia's AVN (audio video navigation) system packing a seven-inch touchscreen display. The 2015 Picanto will be available with a speed limiter system as well as cruise control while new interior color packs are going to be offered as well.

Interestingly, the 2015 Kia Picanto will be optionally available with larger front brakes measuring 252mm (compared to standard 241mm) which will enable the vehicle to stop from 62 mph (100 km/h) in 37 meters, representing an improvement of 2 meters.

Lastly, the 69 bhp 1.0-liter MPI naturally aspirated gasoline engine has also been revised in order to meet the latest Euro 6 emissions standards.

Deliveries of the facelifted Kia Picanto will commence late next month but the aforementioned AVN system won't be available until Q3.

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Kia Picanto facelift heading to 2015 Geneva Motor Show