The Japanese auto giant, Nissan has recently confirmed that is ready to put on sale the production version of the Juke-R concept. The Juke-R concept is the outcome of the unique amalgamation of Juke hatchback’s bodyshell and the powerful GT-R’s twin-turbocharged V6 engine. This production will be a ‘very limited’ one. Initially, the Nissan Juke R concept was intended as an attention-grabbing concept and was orchestrated and constructed in Britain. But according to a spokesperson of the company, it was developed to respond to the consuming pressure of creating a perfect on-road version. Three people have apparently made deposits on this concept.
The script of crossing the body of the hatchback Juke with the drive-train of the crossover GT-R will be strictly followed in the production version of the Juke-R. The body-shell of the Juke hatchback will undergo some serious and heavy modifications. The limited edition of this Nissan Crossover Hatchback concept will be restricted to only 20 cars and just like the concept itself, the production version will be developed in Britain.
Nothing has been stated clearly about the prices of this new and unique concept, but it has been guessed that even the least price of this concept is going to be sky-high at around £125,000. The final on-road version of the Nissan Juke R concept will be housed with a more powerful engine than the production version; this will happen because of the new version of the GT-R’s twin-turbocharged V6 powertrain that is capable of generating a massive power of 540BHP.