Nissan Juke-R Priced From £400,000 [VIDEOS]

Nissan has released new details about the hot Juke-R crossover. The first production Juke-R is ready for delivery to its lucky owner and the wild crossover is also making its debut in the virtual world as it is set to star alongside the Juke NISMO in the new Gameloft Asphalt 7: Heat mobile racing game, which will be available on iOS and Android, smartphones and tablets.

The Juke-R uses the Nissan GT-R supercar’s drivetrain and suspension along with an FIA-specification roll-cage. 545bhp 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6 engine enables it to reach 0-62mph in just 3.0 seconds, while the top speed is 170mph.

In addition to these technical enhancements, Juke-R #001 also has a new look thanks to input from the experts at Nissan Design Europe in Paddington, London.

NDE’s Digital Team Manager Darryl Scriven comments on the Juke-R #001: “The Juke-R’s bumpers and side sills were redesigned, which is normally a very long process using full size models in clay. However, we managed to condense the development time using full-size viewing on our new 3D-ready projector and power wall, maintaining a fully digital process while providing a true supercar quality finish.”

Design refinements compared to the concept also include a revised front bumper and new carbon trim on the front and rear cooling vents and the rear aero diffuser.

The very limited Nissan Juke-R starts from £400,000. If you have the money and are seriously interested you should contact Gabi Whitfield.
Tel +44 7768 80 20 84
Gabi.Whitfield@nissan.co.uk


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