New Nissan JUKE primed and ready for action
by Becky Harrison |
posted 23 August 2019
Ahead of its official unveiling next month, the new Nissan JUKE is in the final stages of road testing. Since its launch in 2010, the car has sold over one million units and the latest version boasts a new look and an agile driving performance.
Taking to the Millbrook testing track in the UK with a camouflaged exterior, there are elements of the new design left to drivers’ imagination, but the stage is set for its bold return to the B-SUV segment it pioneered almost a decade ago.
Bringing together numerous talented Nissan designers from across Europe, those working on the evolution of the new JUKE have enjoyed an exciting and successful collaborative journey. With the original model capturing the imagination of drivers and causing significant impact in the sector, the next version is hotly anticipated.
Before the official unveiling in early September, Nissan can reveal:
Sleek coupe lines, striking 19” alloy wheels and athletic stance that set a new standard in compact crossover design
Inspiration for the new JUKE design development has been tailored around B-SUV customer demands for leading design, latest tech and ‘fun to drive’ performance
Loaded with empowering tech, JUKE becomes the third Nissan model to feature ProPILOT technology, which forms part of the Nissan Intelligent Mobility vision
The footprint of new JUKE has increased in size to provide greater ‘roominess’ and comfort for the driver and passengers, without losing its agile driving style
Having launched and led the B-SUV segment with the first model, the Nissan JUKE is promising a return with unique identity, even more character, exciting performances and a leading level of connectivity that responds to drivers’ evolving needs.
Nissan is about to unleash an even bigger personality and exciting driving experience that will appeal to the growing number of drivers opting for the B-SUV segment. But JUKE fans needn’t worry – while the model has grown up in many ways, it will ultimately remain fun to drive.