Alfa Romeo has made a tiny update to the MiTo, based on the Italian official website pictures and car configurator. The changes, which aren’t quite visible, concern the front grill, the chrome outline of the headlights, new colours, and a new infotainment system. There are new optionals like the rims, and some interior details. In total, the updated MiTo isn’t considered a restyling as many people were waiting for. The model, which is 5 years old hasn’t received a deep facelift since its introduction, and its sales registrations drop dramatically, making Alfa Romeo to lose market share everywhere it is present. It is a pity that the brand didn’t show any real change as expected. In this way it will be very difficult to increase sales registrations of this model, as its competitors are getting stronger and soon, BMW will introduce the all-new Mini. In my opinion, the brand is waiting to long for the real changes and the 4C is a great opportunity to refresh current range (only 2 models) and bring more people to the showrooms. According to Fiat Group’s World partner’s website, Cars Italy, MiTo’s sales have dropped 38% in Italy (Jan-May), 56% in Germany (Jan-Apr), and 30% in Spain (Jan-May). Official press release about the new features is expected shortly.