Ahead of its September 6 debut, the 2018 Nissan Leaf has been teased again in a new Japanese promotional video. In the 30-second spot, we get to see a little bit more of the electric vehicle’s interior, along with glimpses of its exterior.

The new Leaf will come with a digital instrument cluster, which is capable of a variety of display models, including a power usage dial and another that shows the amount of charge left in the battery. A conventional speedometer is shown to the right of the customisable portion of the display.

The new, multi-function steering wheel is something we’ve already seen in the past, where you’ll find a button to activate the EV’s ProPILOT Assist driver-assistance system. The system not only allows the Leaf to handle single-lane driving on its own, and there’s even a self-parking function. Another technology includes the e-Pedal that uses the accelerator pedal to speed up, slow down and brake with.

Styling wise, the new Leaf has already been spotted undisguised before, and it is clear that the EV will be a radical departure from its predecessor. The design also boasts improved aerodynamics to reduce drag and promote better stability.