The Nissan Juke bowed out on the finish of the 2017 mannequin yr however a successor is coming, a prototype for which has simply been noticed.
The unique Juke was broadly criticized for its polarizing styling when it debuted at the beginning of the last decade, however the car managed to carve out its personal area of interest and the components of a small however putting design has since been replicated by rivals for their very own subcompact and compact crossovers.
Our spy pictures of the redesigned Juke present a well-recognized form however with particulars up to date to match Nissan’s newest design themes. Particular particulars embody the slit-like headlights, floating roof, and rectangular-shaped taillights. Nissan’s Gripz idea from 2015 hints at what’s to return.
Nissan Gripz idea, 2015 Frankfurt Auto Present
Underpinning the car is the CMF-B platform, the subcompact model of the modular CMF design of the Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance. The platform made its debut within the 2014 Nissan Rogue.
It is not clear what powertrains are deliberate, however you possibly can rely on a spread of inline-4s in each gasoline and diesel flavors, although solely the previous will likely be provided in america. A hybrid choice also needs to be obtainable in some unspecified time in the future, although sadly we’re unlikely to see a repeat of the unique Juke’s GT-R-powered Juke-R variant.
Search for the redesigned Juke to debut later this yr as a 2020 mannequin.