The revised Ypsilon range features new entry and premium versions, along with additional equipment on the mid-range models, fresh colour choices and new trim level names.

Chrysler’s updated Ypsilon hatchback will be powered by one of three engines: the 68bhp 1.2-litre petrol, the 94bhp 1.3-litre MultiJet diesel and the 84bhp 0.9-litre petrol.

In addition, the new Chrysler Ypsilon range is now available in three trim levels, which are Silver, Gold and Platinum. The Silver specification replaces the S version, while the Gold trim replaces the outgoing SE models.

In relation to the outgoing S version, the Ypsilon Silver trim is comparably equipped, but now includes internal and external styling changes, as well as a new seat design and detail finishes.

The exterior has been enhanced by Chrysler by way of a refreshed colour range, now including three new colours: Sapphire Blue, Marble Grey and Khaki Grey.

The new Chrysler Ypsilon Gold trim is a direct replacement for the previous SE specification and is identical in both equipment and look.

Standard kit for the mid-range Gold trim includes 15-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, leather-wrapped steering wheel, power door mirrors and the addition of the Blue&Me infotainment system.

Topping the range is the new Platinum versions, which are packed with a host of luxury kit, including 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic climate control, cruise control, part leather seats, rear power windows and Magic Parking – which helps the driver park in tight spaces.

The new Chrysler Ypsilon range starts at £9,895 for the entry-level 1.2 Silver model, with the range-topping 0.9 TwinAir Auto Platinum costing from £14,895.