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Nissan Juke-R – the world’s most powerful crossover

Nissan has published a series of photos with the new Nissan Juke-R concept, the world’s most powerful crossover, powered by an engine taken from Nissan GT-R.

Nissan Juke-R

Nissan Juke-R Concept

Nissan revealed the first pictures and official information of the new Juke-R Concept. Announced as the most powerful crossover ever created, Nissan Juke-R blends the bodywork and the engine of a 2010 Nissan GT-R with a new version of Juke bodywork, submitted to an aerodynamic treatment.

Nissan Juke-R photo gallery

Nissan Juke-R Engine

Nissan Juke-R has a 3.8 liter V6 engine that has been modified to provide 480 horsepower, delivered to a shortened chassis of the same supercar, on which were crammed a four-wheel drive, a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and a Bilstein special prepared suspension.

Nissan Juke-R Design

The aesthetic package wishes to stress out that you have to face the most powerful Nissan Juke ever produced. An extension with many air intakes for the front spoiler, side skirts, a generous exhaust and a double spoiler located on the tailgate, designed to provide downforce.

The ensemble is completed by a set of 20 inch wheels and a matte paint, designed to increase the aggressiveness for Nissan Juke-R.

In the press release issued, the Japanese said that Nissan Juke-R is just a simple concept homologated for road, built in two versions: right/left hand drive. What it didn’t say is whether or not this car will have a series version. “Perhaps, possibly, probably”. The three P which leave us only to see that the Japanese want at least a special limited edition of Nissan Juke-R. Would be a pity that at least 10-20 people won’t feel again like children on board a car that looks from outside like a monster ready to attack, and on the inside is already a monster ready to attack. Wait, you mean that the two sides match?

Nissan Juke-R Video

Video Nissan Juke-R: track testing

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