Nissan has developed its own playlist for Juke ownersJune 22, 2020
The multinational design team who worked on the new generation of the Juke crossover at Nissan Design Europe in London created a special playlist based on what they listened to over the past months of remote work.
The result is an eclectic and inspiring collection of tunes that will sound exclusively thanks to Juke’s special Bose Personal Plus audio system. This premium audio system is unique in the B-SUV segment. The automaker notes that the Bose Personal Plus is custom-made and optimized for the interior of the Nissan Juke. It consists of 8 speakers, each of which is located in such a way as to fill the cabin with a full range of high, medium and low frequencies, which allows you to hear every note in the smallest detail.
What sets the Bose Personal Plus audio system apart from its competitors is the two speakers built into the front head restraints, which allows you to transfer music directly to the ears of the front passengers. These Bose UltraNearfield speakers combine with proprietary digital processing technology for truly immersive and surround sound.
Reflecting the fresh black and white interior of the Urbanizer, the playlist features the latest and most popular tracks available for streaming. As a tribute to the completely black Midnight interior theme, the playlist also includes sophisticated and stylish tunes, offering a collection of classic chill-out tracks for night trips.
The playlist also features a tribute to the energetic orange and black personality of the newest car Nissan Juke’s interior thanks to the best dance music from all over Europe.
Being the most connected Nissan, Juke is equipped with the latest NissanConnect infotainment system, which is capable of interfacing with smartphones through Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. This allows you to provide access to the Spotify service, as well as to other music applications. The driver and front passenger can also adjust the listening quality using the central display. The Bose PersonalSpace Control feature takes full advantage of the headrest-based system, offering front-facing performance to simulate a concert or a wider range for maximum sound immersion.
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