The Nissan Kicks has just been given a new video. The clip, called “Ride to Intensity,” shows the global crossover in motion. The B-segment SUV will be sold in over 80 countries, starting with Brazil.

If you’re still wondering why the video is Brazil-centric, well, that’s because the Kicks is set to become the official car of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. In addition to that, the Kicks will also be produced in Nissan’s facility in Resende, Rio de Janeiro, later in the year.

As seen before in its official pictures, the Kicks sports distinctive visual elements including a V-motion grille, boomerang headlamps and tailamps and a floating roof. “The dynamic flow and voluminous body shape contrast strongly with sharp edges and details it also. We call this emotional geometry,” Mamoru Aoki, Nissan executive design director, said previously.

Towards the interior, it features Nissan’s latest Gliding Wing dashboard design and a brown interior. Among the other features inside include a flat-bottomed steering wheel and a seven-inch full colour infotainment system. Despite the coupe-like roofline, Nissan claims that the Kicks “promises best in-class passenger space in the rear” and “one of the largest load areas in its class.”

Safety tech for the Kicks, includes an around-view monitor and moving object detection. Elsewhere, the SUV is said to be powered by a 110 hp 1.6 litre four-cylinder petrol unit paired with a five-speed manual of a CVT gearbox. That said, Nissan stated that official details will be released closer to the official launch of the Kicks.