Nissan has announced the second-generation Juke is set to be revealed on September 3rd and has released a teaser image of the car.

Little is given away by this preview, though a thin headlight and stylised fog light suggests the design is a huge evolution of the original car — introduced back in 2011. It would make sense for Nissan to keep the latest iteration of the crossover close in style to the existing Juke, which has become a common sight on UK roads.

Also visible is Nissan’s latest corporate grille, suggesting this car will take on design elements from the firm’s newest models, such as the Leaf EV.

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Expected to go on sale in early 2020, the new Nissan Juke is likely to be offered with a line-up of petrol engines and potentially hybrid technology — though don’t expect a fully-electric version immediately. Rumours suggest the Juke will sit on the same CMF-B platform co-developed with Renault, which is currently used for its latest Captur and all-new Clio.

With the crossover market ever-hotter, the new Nissan Juke will face some seriously stiff competition when it comes to market — with rivals including the Volkswagen T-Cross, Citroën C3 Aircross and Seat Arona.