Nissan electrifies the new JukeFebruary 5, 2019
The second generation Nissan Juke is expected for a very long time, since the current model is almost ten years. It seems that this year, fans of the model still wait for a new generation of the crossover.
It is reported that a new generation of subcompact SUV will be based on the CMF-B Alliance architecture, which is currently also used on the Renault Clio V model.
This platform is built with the support of electrified power plants. And given that they will appear in the Clio, Juke is also expected with similar engines, which will minimize carbon dioxide emissions and increase the competitiveness of the machine.
Moreover, the all-electric version for the fight against Hyundai Kona is not excluded, and Peter Bedrosyan, head of the European products department at Nissan, confirmed that the company is working on several options for an electrified engine.
As for the rest of the engine range, these will be power plants already familiar to the concern – a 1-liter turbocharged petrol, a 1.6-liter turbo-four, as well as a 1.5-liter diesel engine modified to new environmental standards.
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