Will be a minor facelift.
The current, third generation Fiat Fiorino and Fiat Qubo are fruits of Fiat's partnership with PSA Peugeot-Citroen and were unveiled in 2007 and 2008 respectively. While a typical European car would be getting full redesign and evolving into a new generation by now, these are MPVs, typically seen having a longer life, and as utilitarian and not aspirational.
Years after their debut at 2007 Transportec (in Milan) and the 2008 Paris Motor Show, the Fiat Fiorino (commercial version) and Fiat Qubo (passenger version) will receive a look change. The 2016 Fiat Fiorino (facelift) and 2016 Fiat Qubo (facelift) will likely go on sale in 2016. Both updated models have been spied winter testing in Northern Europe.
The spyshots, courtesy of Quattroruote, indicate that the facelift will be nothing more than conservative.
The Italian publication says that with the facelift, the Fiat Fiorino gets a modified front bumper but its headlights and other exterior elements appear to have not changed. However, a final conclusion cannot be made due to the heavy camouflage.
The facelift could bring a major technical change on the Fiat Fiorino - the introduction of Euro 6 engines options. The Fiat Qubo is already offered with Euro 6 engines options, namely 80 CV (79 hp) 1.3 Multijet diesel, 95 CV (94 hp) 1.3 Multijet diesel, 77 CV (76 hp) 1.4 petrol and 70 CV (69 hp) 1.4 petrol-CNG.