A new generation of Nissan Juke again noticed on testsMarch 22, 2019
Another prototype appeared on European roads. Like the previous ones, it is thoroughly disguised, but individual design features appear quite clearly.
No matter how hard testers try to hide a car, there is absolutely no doubt that this is a Juke. This can be seen as an obvious plus: the continuity of generations can be read even in a quick glance at the silhouette. The company promised to keep the bright design and not to “smooth corners” in order to expand the audience. However, this crossover never complained of small demand.
Of the well-visible elements – the lattice in the corporate style of the Nissan V-Motion, as well as clearly finished lights that remind of other Nissan crossovers, especially Qashqai.
It is easy to see the overhead details (for example, on the hood), with the help of which they tried to hide the real outlines. Distinct “two-level” layout of the front optics with round main headlights and horizontal additional units, located above the main ones, as in the first generation.
Similar proportions and dimensions can create the impression that the new Juke is a deep restyling of the current one. The company claims that the car is completely new: it is built on a different platform (probably CMF-B), providing for the possibility of electrification. The version with the combined installation Juke will receive for the first time. According to preliminary data, Nissan does not plan to abandon the diesel version of the Juke – 1.5-turbo diesel is considered as the most likely. In the gasoline line will be at least two positions: 1.0-liter 3-cylinder and 1.6-liter. Both are turbocharged.
The premiere of the new Juke is expected not earlier than this fall and no later than spring 2020.
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