New Nissan Juke will debut on September 3rd and is expected to have plugin hybrid version and may retain the particular design in a more modern form.. From this unique photo stands out the thin light LED day in the upper section and the main round lamp body below, as in the existing Juke.
According to the information so far, the new Nissan Juke will be constructed on the CMF-B platform of the new Renault Captur and the new Clio, while it will be slightly wider and low compared to the existing model.
As far as the range of engines is concerned, the new Juke will be offered with petrol and diesel engines, with Nissan seriously considering a plug-in hybrid drive system, as well as a purely electric version in the future.
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At the moment, Nissan keeps its cards well closed for the second generation Juke that will make its appearance nine years after the first Juke (in 2010), which was launched in 2010 and until today remains “fresh” and separate design.