Nissan has officially pulled the wraps off the Gripz Concept during the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Nissan is currently attending the 2015th edition of the Frankfurt Motor Show and, since it has a lot of crossovers in its vehicle lineup, it couldn’t stay away from showing us yet another one. The model in question is nothing more than a simple concept at this stage and it has been called the Gripz.
At this point we have no clue exactly on what it is but rumors are saying that it is providing us with a first look into the second generation of the extremely popular Juke, which should come sometimes next year, or even in 2017, with an updated body which will look more tamed than the one of this concept.
The impressive looking more has a sharp design, the boomerang shaped headlights and taillights, the V-motion front grille, an unconventional C-pillar, a floating roofline and it is coming in a five-door body style, riding on futuristic wheels in a large size.
The interior design of the newest creation signed by the Japanese based brand is bringing four separate seats, which have been designed in its home market. The model is also coming with exposed tubes, a center console inspired by bicycles, a mix of matt-grey and red-orange colors and several other goodies. Unfortunately Nissan wasn’t too keen on telling us what we can find under the hood of the Gripz so chances are we will hear about it once more, in the near future.