Similar to the revisions for the Giulietta, Alfa Romeo has revised the lights and grille of the Mito. There is also rear privacy glass as standard on all models, while the back bumper for all models is now the sport style used on the Quadrifoglio Verde models. Inside, the Mito has revised seats for more comfort and new fabric options to cover them. There’s also a new trim finish for the door panels and the centre console has a gloss black panel.
Under the bonnet, Alfa has supplanted the original 85bhp TwinAir petrol engine with a new 105bhp version that offers 99g/km carbon dioxide emissions and 67.2mpg average consumption. It also serves up 0-62mph in 11.4 seconds, driving through a six-speed manual gearbox.