The new Nissan Juke will keep the “cool” image with the new platformMarch 20, 2019
A new generation of an impressive crossover has entered the road test. Despite the eerie camouflage, you can see the preserved image. Dimensions will remain unchanged, but the technical equipment and design is significantly updated.
Another prototype of the 2020 Nissan Juke small crossover was discovered in the open air during road tests, allowing you to examine it in more detail. We already wrote that the new Nissan Juke 2020 model year is preparing to enter the market. New photos prove this again.
This is the second time that the next generation Juke has been seen on public roads, and despite the fact that the prototype is disguised very carefully under film and false panels, it’s not difficult to recognize the car. Clearly visible silhouette of the old version, unique optics, wide wheel arches and hidden rear door handles.
The biggest difference can be seen from behind, where the boomerang tail lights of the current model are replaced by horizontal headlights, probably taken from the new Nissan Qashqai. Also noticeable is the new grille in the modern corporate V-shaped style. Unfortunately, there are no photos of the interior.
The second generation Juke will be built on the basis of the platform CMF-B. Under the hood, you can expect a 1.0-and 1.6-liter gasoline engines, as well as a 1.5-liter turbodiesel. The debut of the model may take place as early as April at the salon in New York, and the sale may begin before the end of this year.
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