The new Nissan Juke is back for another tease, this time out playing – complete with custom camouflage – at the Millbrook testing track, ahead of a September debut.
With a new Nissan Juke heading for a reveal next month, Nissan has been busy teasing its arrival.
So far, we’ve had a close-up shot of the new Juke’s headlights, a dark image of the front and another dark image of the new Juke in profile. But now we get the whole car, in daylight, but covered in custom camouflage.
The new image confirms what we’ve already seen with the earlier images; the new Juke still aims to be a bit divisive in the looks department, but the bug-eye headlights are gone and the Juke seems to have grown up – and grown.
Nissan say the new Juke is a bold return to the B-SUV segment it pretty much defined a decade ago when the original Juke arrived, and boasts of sleek coupe lines, statement 19″ alloys and a stance which sets new standard for the segment.
Nissan go on to say that the new Juke’s development has been driven by customer wants, so it comes with more room (which it really needed) but without losing agility, lots of technology – including Nissan’s ProPilot – and will be fun to drive.
Expect the underpinnings to come from Renault’s new Clio, with a familiar range of petrol and diesel options, FWD as standard and perhaps 4WD an option and, at some point, electrification of some sort.
The new Nissan Juke debuts on 3 September.