Nissan reveals completed Juke super crossover
Two Juke GT-R vehicles are being developed, each powered by the 480bhp engine from Nissan’s GT-R supercar.
As reported by CarandVanNews on 4th October, the cars – one left-hand and the other right-hand drive, are being built by leading international motorsports team RML, based in Wellingborough.
They are intended to be testbeds, Nissan gauging public reaction before deciding whether to put a performance version of the Juke into production.
The Juke GT-R is a fully road-legal vehicle, employing both the 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6 engine of the GT-R supercar and its four-wheel-drive drivetrain.
The car is expected to begin testing next month.
Words by: Andrew Charman