Nissan launched production of two-tone Juke crossoversSeptember 22, 2020
The color palette for this popular Japanese crossover was developed by specialists from the London office of Nissan Design Europe. Their goal was to create stylish two-tone combinations for the Nissan Juke.
Nissan’s Sunderland plant will bring the designers’ ideas to life. So, Claire Errington, paint shop manager, was responsible for the exact reproduction of the selected shades, in which the crossover was subsequently painted.
Before applying paint to the first car, the specialists worked for over a year – a reliable and accurate algorithm was required, which was responsible for 100% hitting the desired shade.
There are four modern paint shops at the Sunderland plant, where true professionals work. They apply several coats of paint to the car to get the perfect result.
Overall, Nissan customers now have access to 11 body colors and three roof colors. At the same time, the number of two-tone versions reaches 15. Each of them was created specifically for the Nissan Juke.
Fans of the brand will be able to choose the option they like using a special “virtual” configurator. It makes it possible to see how the selected combination will look like.
Earlier, the American Jeep Wrangler SUV tried on bright colors. As conceived by the automaker, each new color carries a certain message. This is a whole philosophy that not only helps to distinguish the car from other cars, but also cheers up its owner.
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