New Nissan Juke again caught the photospiesJuly 4, 2019
The new generation of the original Japanese crossover Nissan Juke continues to pass the road test. During one of these races, camouflaged novelty was noticed by photo spies.
A feature of this test drive was that the new Nissan Juke was tested with its predecessor. Most likely, this tandem was needed by specialists in order to visually compare two generations of the model. By tradition, the car hid tight camouflage from prying eyes. Spy photos of the new Juke shared Motor1 car portal. The pictures clearly show that with the change of generations, Juke still retains its former proportions, while receiving a number of cosmetic improvements: narrower LED optics and “hidden” rear door handles.
Despite the protective film, in the exterior of the novelty bumpers and original LED lights are guessed. On the technical “stuffing” of the new Nissan Juke information is extremely small.
It is expected that the mini-crossover will move to the CMF-B platform from the Renault-Nissan alliance, as well as acquire a modernized motor line. So, according to the British media, the new Juke can get a pair of turbo engines for one and 1.6 liters with a return of up to 190 hp, as well as a 1.5-liter diesel. In the future, hybrid and all-electric power plants may be added to the list. The exact date of the debut of the novelty has not yet been called. Experts suggest that the new generation of the crossover will arrive at the Frankfurt Motor Show, which will open its doors in September this year.
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