Nissan Juke turned into an off-road carSeptember 11, 2018
Autobot Autoworks presented a design for a compact crossover Nissan Juke
Filipino studio Autobot Autoworks has presented the project of completion of compact crossover Nissan Juke. With the help of a lift-suspension kit, new linings for wheel arches and new rubber, the car, called Lady Bug, was turned into an “off-road car”.
Among other improvements: an additional lighting unit of six separate lamps on the roof, integrated in the bumper searchlight and covered with a red matte film body. About the changes in the technical stuffing nothing is reported.
The standard Nissan Juke can be equipped with a 1.6-liter atmospheric “four” with a capacity of 94 or 117 horsepower. In addition, for the crossover is available diesel dCi 110 and turbo engine: 1,2-liter DIG-T 115 and 1.6-liter DIG-T 190 (the numbers in the name correspond to the yield of the unit). Gearbox – variator Xtronic. The drive, depending on the market, can be a front or full All-Mode 4x4i with traction distribution function between the axles and each of the rear wheels separately.
Earlier it was reported that Nissan plans in the next few months to introduce the next-generation Juke crossover. The model will retain the overall concept with the current machine, but it will not become its evolution by offering other solutions.
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