Nissan Juke-R 2.0 Concept YF15 2015 Design Interior Exterior – Four years have gone since Nissan knocked our socks off with the amazingly great Juke-R Concept. As though packing the running apparatus of a 2012 GT-R under the particular body of the Nissan Juke wasn’t adequate, however, Nissan’s designing and motorsports groups are grinding away once more. Meet the Nissan Juke Nissan Juke – R 2.0. Outfitted with the most recent execution of both the GT-R NISMO and the redesigned styling of the 2015 Juke, the Nissan Juke-R 2.0 keeps on being the world’s lone hybrid supercar.
Like we’ve seen from the GT-R, the styling advancement from Juke-R to Juke-R 2.0 was unobtrusive or as inconspicuous as a matte-dark, wide-body Nissan Juke can be at any rate. For one thing, the Juke-R 2.0 gets the greater part of the same styling changes as the upgraded 2015 Juke including the grille, headlights and taillights, however the Nissan styling group additionally figured out how to infuse some additional GT-R signs into the new Juke-R with another front belt that is more forceful and more utilitarian (Nissan says the openings are double the measure of the past Juke-R considering more wind stream and cooling to the motor and turbos). The majority of the Juke’s body extends, yet included pieces, for example, the back sash, bumper augmentations, side ledges and back winglets are all built from carbon fiber.
Except for another dark main event, the inside of the Juke-R persists untouched to Juke-R 2.0. This implies Juke’s standard inside has essentially been gutted for a full move confine and a couple of hustling seats with bridles, while the highlight of the lodge is the way that the GT-R’s telematics framework has been flawlessly incorporated into the Juke’s middle stack.
Nissan Juke-R 2.0 Concept (YF15) 2015 Design Interior Exterior