The Nissan Juke-R prototype's unveiling was so long-expected as probably the model's actual bild. Nissan has been teasing with the initial details and the video of the project underway for a long time. Having kept us on toes with a series of teasing videos of the project for a few weeks, the automaker has finally revealed one decent image of the finished model.
As for Nissan Juke-R itself, Nissan equipped this small crossover with the GT-R's drivetrain. The top-of-the-line car shared its 3.8-liter twin-turbo 480-horsepower V6, the advanced all-wheel-drive system, and the twin-clutch transmission. Sure, the Juke went through a complete makeover, being rebuilt in order to adjust to the engine twice bigger than the size of the one it was designed for.
At last, two prototypes are offered by Nissan, the right-hand drive Nissan Juke-R (for Japan and England where the prototype was built itself) and the left-hand drive one (for the rest of the world). The solitary photo of Nissan Juke-R was unveiled in front of members of the press at a demo which took place in Spain.