Nissan Juke facelift teased, debuts next week at the Geneva Motor Show

Nissan has unveiled a first image of the updated Juke, ahead of its debut at next week’s Geneva Motor Show.

The teaser image does not reveal much, showing the already familiar side-profile and front and rear digitally obscured, to hide the changes. We saw the Juke facelift prototype earlier this month, hiding a new front and rear end.

We can expect to see new revised head and taillights, along with updated bumpers. The cockpit is also likely to receive higher quality materials and upgraded tech like a new infotainment system.

Nissan says the obscured image of the New Juke will be shown on a variety of social channels from today, where over the coming days, the image will become clearer to define some of the Nissan’s new design cues.


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