Nissan is preparing a brand new Juke with extravagant, but modern designJune 20, 2019
Despite the fact that the Juke crossover was released in a rather controversial style, it was able to win love and popularity in its class. Being 9 years on the market, it does not lose relevance, but it’s time to upgrade.
New spy photos of the new Nissan Juke appeared on the Web. Although the prototype is under dense camouflage, we can consider some changes that will be quite large. However, the design idea will remain the same. And the first thing that catches your eye is a new optics with a more classic layout. At the top there will be a narrow strip on an LED basis, and at the bottom there will be a round headlight, with a smaller size, but also with an LED filling.
The overall concept of the body will remain the same, but the front end will become more massive in accordance with modern trends. The rear end will also change, and the most noticeable will be the new optics, which will lose the shape of a boomerang, and more will “climb” on the trunk lid. This will create the visual effect of a wider vehicle.
According to preliminary information, the basis of the new Nissan Juke will be the platform from the Renault Clio. As a power unit can be offered a line of 1.0-and 1.3-liter gasoline turbo engines, as well as 1.5-liter turbodiesel. Optionally will be available four-wheel drive. Later, a PHEV modification with a 1.6-liter gasoline engine, an electric motor and a 9.8 kW*hour battery may appear.
The debut of the model should take place before the end of the year, n sales may begin as early as the beginning of 2020.
Meanwhile, the Chinese counterpart Nissan Qashqai boasts a new design. The Venucia T90 crossover, which is called the first original model of the brand, experienced a restyling.
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