Nissan has just unveiled it's Kicks Concept crossover at the 2014 Sao Paulo motor show in Brazil. The automaker is remaining mum for now about their intentions, however, it certainly looks production-ready. If this concept enters production, will it be tailored specifically to the Brazilian market? Or, as some are speculating, is the Kicks really the next generation Juke? If you'll remember, the Juke made it's debut at the Geneva auto show in 2010, and it should be due for a replacement around 2017. The Kicks concept is about the same size with similar proportions as the Juke. It has a tall shoulder, generous ground clearance, short overhangs and a smallish cargo area. It's flashier than the Juke, however. It sports bold accent colours on the roof and in the wheels, contrasting with it's satin titanium finish. It seems to take it's design cues from both a performance car and a compact SUV. It appears sleek, featuring full wraparound glass, a blunt vertical front end, floating roof, a V-motion grille, boomerant lights and 19-inch six-spoke aluminum-alloy wheels.