It’s official; the all-new 2018 Nissan Leaf will make its debut on September 6, according to Nissan. To go along with the announcement, the company released a new teaser image of the electric vehicle (EV) to join the ones from before.

Here we get to see the Leaf’s new face, specifically the “mesh” for the V-motion grille. It’s already clear that the new car will look totally different from its predecessor, and will likely see the nose-mounted charging inlet being done away with, positioned somewhere else.

In other areas, the Leaf will come with sharper-looking headlights and more aggressive styling inspired by the latest Micra, as well as the IDS Concept. The interior is expected to be overhauled for a new one as well.

Nissan hasn’t revealed any information about the new Leaf’s all-electric powertrain, but it is rumoured to offer significantly more range than its predecessor thanks to larger battery packs. On today’s Leaf, the highest-spec version only comes with a 30 kW lithium-ion battery pack.

Another new feature in the 2018 Leaf is the adoption of Nissan’s ProPILOT Assist driver-assistance technology, allowing the car to drive itself during single-lane driving.

GALLERY: 2018 Nissan Leaf spyshots

GALLERY: Current Nissan Leaf in Malaysia