Japanese Nissan is getting all braced up to introduce the successor to the popular Nissan Juke. The next generation crossover is expected to flaunt a unique and sporty look just like the ongoing Juke, but will come with an all-new radical styling which will mark it as an entirely new model despite its typical Juke appeal.
The next generation Nissan Juke crossover supermini has been designed at the Japanese car maker’s London studio. It is expected to make its world premiere in an upcoming auto show within this year, while it will be hitting the production line in 2019.
In a recent interview with an auto journal, Nissan’s global design head Alfonso Alba said that the second generation Juke does not look much like its predecessor. And it also doesn’t look like the IMx electric crossover concept which was showcased at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. He also added that it also doesn’t even have design similarities with the new-gen Leaf EV. The next-gen Juke is an urban meteor with a very mean attitude, he added.