The upcoming second-generation Juke was teased by Nissan throughout July and August, before being given a soft reveal across the internet, as a pre-production camouflaged model was given to Autocar for review.
The outgoing model has been widely credited as the creator of the crossover segment, so the new model has huge shoes to fill and many loving fans that have their fingers crossed that the Juke retains its quirky nature.
Photographed during final testing at the Millbrook testing ground, the new Juke seems to share a similar silhouette to the original Juke and will initially be available with the same 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine that can be found in the Micra.
The little capacity but highly capable 1.0 litre motor develops 117PS, emitting only 113-118g/km when paired with the manual gearbox and 111-116g/km with the automatic.
What we can say for sure from these pre-production images, is that the new model will sport new design 19-inch stylish alloy wheels and dual tier headlights. Nissan have also disclosed that it will feature enhance connectivity and Propilot driver assistance systems.
Upfront within the new interior features an 8-inch touchscreen, offering new connected services allowing you to interact with the car via an app as well as receiving live traffic and access to google street view.
The new Juke is larger than before and shares the same basic set up as fellow Nissan-Renault alliance models as the upcoming Clio and Capture. Boot space has been increased to 422 litres, while interior space generally has also increased, offering a more spacious environment for all passengers.
Although the new Juke is bigger overall than the previous model, Nissan ensure that it has retained to same sporty and agile performance, retaining what helped to push the Juke to over 1 million units sold since 2010.
The full reveal will be in early September, with sales opening officially in November.