In this new teaser, Nissan reveals a bit more of the upcoming redesigned Nissan Juke.
The next generation Nissan Juke is set to launch early next year… in Europe. Unfortunately, the small crossover was killed off and replaced by the Nissan Kicks on our side of the Atlantic.
Nissan Europe revealed their second teaser image of this new Juke. After the first one, which was just the two sets of “headlights” the Juke is known for now we have the front silhouette.
The image, at first, doesn’t reveal much more than the first one, but when we lightened it, we can see more of the front grille and a tiny bit more details.
Nissan published the image on its social media platforms with only “Keep your eyes open” written, nothing else. So, you can imagine that details are pretty scarce right now.
The all-new Nissan Juke is set to hit the market in 2020 not long after its unveiling, on September 3rd.
That being said, Alfonso Albaisa, Senior Vice President for Global Design for Nissan, said, in an exclusive interview by Autocar, about the second-generation Juke: “doesn’t look too much like the last one. It doesn’t look like IMx or the new Leaf, either. It’s an urban meteor with a nasty attitude.”
So, the new Nissan Juke is an “urban meteor with a nasty attitude”, what do you think that means? Let’s remember when the Infiniti FX was launch in 2003, the company said it was a “bionic cheetah”.