The second generation Juke subcompact crossover will not look like its predecessor, but will retain its bold and distinctive style. This is revealed by Nissan designer Alfonso Albais in an interview with the British magazine Autocar.
The exterior of the new Juke is developed by the design studio of the company in London. The car is almost finished and is shown to the public "up to months". The serial production should start in 2019.
Crossover will probably be built on the so-called. V-platform from Renault Nissan, based on Micra and Clio. Among the coupled engines are the 0.9 and 1.2-liter turbo engines of the alliance.
Juke & # 39; s first generation debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in 2010 and became the founder of the subcompact cross-overs segment. Although it has surprised specialists and target groups with their unusual designs, the model has become a real hit with more than 100,000 sales per year.