Passed only two years since the Chevrolet Orlando is for sale, the U.S. company is already preparing a facelift for the Orlando. The leak seems to have come from South Korea, due to what we see in the images below, but it makes sense because the Chevrolet Orlando is built in that Asian country (It isn't even sold in the U.S.A.).
The source of the images tells us that the car has a redesigned front bumper, but i can't see any differences. What i can say for sure is that the car will have a new color (a different shade of blue), the side indicators were moved to the side rear-view mirrors, and the car will have available a new 18-inch wheel set to choose from.
Inside, we see references to a upgraded My-Link system, an improved R-EPS (Rack Assist Electric Power Steering) steering system, and the Gen2 six-speed automatic transmission. The 2014 Chevrolet Orlando will also have available a blind spot warning system, front parking sensors, 6 airbags and a tire-pressure monitoring system (TPMS).
Nothing is said about the engines, so it is expected they don't suffer any improvements. There is a chance we see the official public reveal of this facelift at the Frankfurt Motor Show.