The new Juke will be inspired by the Gripz concept, and is likely to have a far more aggressive design than its controversial predecessor.
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Nissan has again teased its compact 2020 Juke SUV, ahead of its reveal on the September 3.

Based on this teaser, along with the shadowy image released last week, we know the Juke will get a more stylised take on the current car's polarising face.

Inspired by the Gripz concept, the new nose is expected to feature a prominent 'v-motion' grille flanked by high-set LED daytime running lights and main-beam lights integrated into the bumper.

When it launches, the Juke is likely to run with an aggressively-sloping roofline and three-dimensional taillights, once again in keeping with the Gripz.

Under the skin, Nissan's new crossover is likely to ride on the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance CMF-B platform underpinning the Renault Clio.

With the new platform, a range of small-capacity turbocharged petrol and diesel engines will be available, while plug-in hybrid and all-electric versions should be offered at some point as well.

Although we were expecting a Frankfurt motor show reveal, Nissan now seems set to unveil the car early in September, days before the show opens.