Nissan has teased the second generation Nissan Juke. The new Juke is to be fully revealed on September 3rd 2019, nearly 10 years after its original debut.
With very little known yet about the new Juke, the vehicle has been described as an “urban meteor with a nasty attitude” by Alfonso Albaisa, Nissan’s global design boss. As soon as any further details get released on the Juke, we will be sure to report further.
Speaking with Autocar, Alfonso Albaisa stated the new Juke will not look like the old one and that it doesn’t look like the Leaf or IMx electric crossover concept either.
Similar to the current model, the Juke will feature dual-tier lighting, though these appear to be much sleeker than the ‘bubble’ lights on the current model.
The original Nissan Juke was introduced in 2010 at the Geneva Motor Show, building on the runaway success of the larger Qashqai in boosting the appeal of small crossovers.
Due to be revealed in September, the new Juke is expected to go on sale in early 2020.