Nissan has already prepared the second generation of the cross JukeFebruary 11, 2019
In the framework of the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in March 2019, a new generation of the compact crossover will be presented. The model will receive a new platform, a fully electric motor, as well as an updated design with the same concept.
Judging by the information that has appeared on the web from foreign publications, an absolutely new Juke will be presented next month. The debut of the car should go within the framework of the Geneva Motor Show, and sales will begin at the end of 2019 or at the beginning of 2020. Previously it was assumed that the new version will be based on the concept of the 2015 Nissan Gripz, but in reality the crossover will retain its own concept.
The new generation will be really new. The model will replace the platform on the CMF-B from the new Renault Clio. This will lead to a complete technical review of the Juke, a change in size, and an increase in safety. The design will also be new, but will retain its unique style. The model will still be recognizable in the stream.
As the power unit will be used a line of 1.0 and 1.2 liter gasoline turbo, one 1.5-liter turbodiesel, as well as a fully electrical installation. Transmission – 6-speed manual transmission or CVT. Top-end modifications of the cross will continue to rely four-wheel drive.
More details yet. The price tag is expected to grow, but will retain its price segment (except for the electric version).
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