By on September 7, 2015

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Nissan on Monday released a teaser of a new crossover concept car that will be unveiled this month at the Frankfurt Auto Show.

The crossover, which Autocar suggested could be the next Z, could also be its next-generation Juke, which should be updated by 2017.

According to the automaker, the concept could be a “new way to feel driving excitement” (Nissan left it open to the reader) because some of us get hot and bothered when we see a crossover.

Whatever it’s named, the crossover will likely be built on Nissan’s CMF B global platform and could hold a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine under its hood.

The crossover will be shown later this month when the Frankfurt show opens on Sept. 15.

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