Nissan has been busy launching new models this year; from the Ariya to the Magnite and, more recently, the all-new Z. However, they’re not done yet. They still have a few vehicles to reveal in the months to come including the much-awaited Navara pickup. We already got to see a camouflaged unit via spy photos earlier this year. Now, it seems we have our first look without all the confusing camo.

Thanks to this spy photo taken by our friends at Headlight Mag, we might just be looking at the facelifted Navara. Though we only get to see the pickup truck's front end, the changes are quite significant. For starters, the grill is now a lot bigger. It is quite similar to what you would find on Nissan’s full-size truck, the Titan.

Meanwhile, the bumper has been heavily restyled as well. Looks familiar right? The facelifted Navara’s bumper does resemble the one fitted on the Toyota Hilux, somewhat. Specifically, the foglight housing looks very similar to Toyota's pick-up truck. Based on the photo, it doesn’t look like a top of the line variant. There are no LED daytime running lights integrated on the headlights, similar to the teaser. In fact, the headlights look like standard halogen units.

The rest of the pick-up appears to be relatively unchanged apart from the new wheels. As much as we want to see the rest of the Navara already, this is the only spy photo we have so far. Meanwhile, expect the engine options and powertrains to be carried over from the current Navara.

Nissan has not announced when the facelifted Navara will debut. Hopefully, we won’t have to wait too long to see the pick-up truck completely.