Citroën has taken the wraps off the 2015 Berlingo facelift which will receive its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show programmed for early March.

The French marque has applied a minor nip & tuck to its utilitarian model in both Multispace and LCV guises which now come with a remodeled front bumper with relocated LED daytime running lights and a tweaked radiator grille. In addition, the Multispace will be offered with two fresh body paints called Moka Grey and Cumulus Grey.

Stepping inside the cabin, there's a new seven-inch Touchdrive infotainment system benefiting from Mirror Link technology (available from November) and navigation. It also provides access to a variety of vehicle settings and has media & telephony functions. Starting June, the Berlingo will be optionally available with front parking sensors and a reversing camera and if you wait until November you'll be able to get the active city brake system which automatically applies the brakes in case of an emergency in order to avoid a low-speed collision.

The 2015 Citroën Berlingo is going to be offered with a variety of diesel engines in the following configurations: BlueHDi 75 manual, BlueHDi 100 manual, BlueHDi 100 S&S manual, Blue HDi100 S&S ETG6 and the beefier BlueHDi 120 S&S 6-speed manual. An electric version with 67 HP & 200 Nm is also available and promises to provide a maximum range of 106 miles (170 km) and a top speed of 68 mph (110 km/h).

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Gallery: Citroen Berlingo gets a subtle facelift

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