Yep, you read that right, the boldest looking car on the road, is even bolder.

That strange looking little SUV the Nissan JUKE has had a face-lift, and it still – looks – strange.

On a new platform, the 2020 Juke is longer, wider and taller but inside it’s finally up to scratch with an 8 inch touchscreen featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

With fuel consumption at 5.8l per 100km, it’s also bloody efficient.

Stephen Lester, Nissan Australia’s MD says “The all-new JUKE is a further example of Nissan disrupting automotive conventions, as we did with the launch of original JUKE in 2010,” .

“With its impressive new engine, incredible fuel efficiency and wealth of safety equipment, the all-new JUKE is a small SUV like no other. It has certainly grown up, but it has also lost none of the youthful excitement that the JUKE name is famous for.

“It’s bigger outside, more spacious and luxurious inside, and with its connected cabin and stirring driving dynamics, I’m confident the all-new JUKE will once again reset the bar for small SUVs in Australia.

LED lights are standard, and that iconic circular headlamp is back, this time with a new “y-shaped” highlight.

Under the hood is a three-cylinder 1.0 litre turbocharged engine, with 84kW of power and 180Nm of torque.

As well as the infotainment, the dash has a 7.0 inch screen for added personalisation, and the sound system should do well – an eight speaker Bose system is at play.

Safety wise the Juke has traffic sign regonition, lane departure warning, a form of lane keep assistance and Automatic LED headlights with High Beam assist.

There’s also a reversing camera, rear parking sensors, rear cross-traffic alert and “intelligent driver alert”

Prices start at $27,990 and the new JUKE is in showrooms from June.

All-new Nissan JUKE pricing

Nissan JUKE – Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)**