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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

All New Nissan Juke will get an evolutionary design

As opposed to what the Western media reports have claimed for over a year now, the Nissan Juke is not dead. An all-new Nissan Juke is on the way, and like its predecessor, it aims to bedazzle with an outlandish design.
The next-gen Nissan Juke (rendered) will have a 50 mm longer wheelbase (current: 2,530 mm). (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2x6ON8f)
As quoted from the Indianautosblog, Nissan is ready to display an evolutionary design on the All New Nissan Juke 2018. The combination of the strange and modern design of the Nissan Gripz concept and the Nissan Vmotion 2.0 concept. It makes these newest version of Nissan Juke looks different when compared to the current model.
All New Nissan Juke 2018 will get an evolutionary design, especially in the exterior. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2MoADE6)
The Nissan Juke created a whole new market segment that is the fastest growing in some regions and markets right now. Its radical design is considered polarising, but it has compelled Nissan’s rivals to think out of the box, the result of which is models like Toyota C-HR and Hyundai Kona. There’s a similar thought process around designing the second-gen Nissan Juke.
All New Nissan Juke 2018 will become the symbol of the Renault-Nissan Alliance’s CMF-B platform. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2MoADE6)
In the interior, the latest Nissan Juke looks more refined and modern. Advanced technology and features complement the interior such as an infotainment system with a touch screen that is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Nissan will offer more personalization options to make the cabin more interesting. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2MoADE6)
Some platforms will also be used to build the latest generation of Nissan Juke. This can be done thanks to the alliance between Renault and Nissan. Later, All New Nissan Juke 2018 will be supported by the same platform to build Renault Clio.
As the name of the idea implies, it will certainly integrate the exact same 'e-Power' hybrid powertrain as the Note e-Power from November 2016. That suggests that it will certainly get juice from a 1.2-liter three-cylinder gasoline engine signed up with by a power generator and also an inverter. In addition, the hybrid variant is believed to also be present in the latest Nissan Juke.

Unlike the majority of other electrical cars with petrol-powered generators, Nissan's e-Power system could not be charged or topped-up from an electrical power outlet. Instead, the small engine works as the sole resource of electricity. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOPS | PHILKOTSE | INDIANAUTOBLOG]
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