Some carmakers are displaying their latest goodies with the 2010 NAIAS, Nissan is planning to debut its new crossover on the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in March. Nevertheless, the Japanese manufacturer gives its best to keep things secret with regards to the style of your production model.
But listed below are a number of computer-generated images (CGIs) likely to give to us a glimpse into that this future model will look like. Codenamed Juke, the crossover will likely be smaller compared to the Qashqai but greater than a Nissan Note. It’ll be made in the UK and definately will arrive in European showroom as soon as October.
With regard to exterior styling, the Juke are going to be similar in look with the concept, but provided that we’re talking about the leading fascia. On the other hand, the spine side in the car will suffer major modifications from the version we’ve seen on the concept, with all the outcome looking more to be a Nissan-like product.
Particularly the interior are still in the early stages, so we can’t tell beyond doubt what are the elements seen for the concept that could reach production. However, the theory had several lightweight carbon components. The centre area of the backrests features a mesh material, allowing outside to flow around the occupants.
Unfortunately, there isn’t any technical details available, but expect an electric train engine lineup specifically optimized for reduced emissions and fuel consumption. The Juke will likely borrow some engines in the Qashqai but Nissan is yet to say which exactly will be the engines for use around the future crossover.
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