Nissan has revealed a few images of its new Juke (wearing camouflage, of course) undergoing testing ahead of its official debut in the first week of September 2019.
The Japanese firm promises the second-generation Juke will boast “sleek coupé lines”, new 19-inch alloy wheels and an “athletic stance”.
We already know it will ride on a version of the CMF-B platform that underpins the likes of the Renault Captur, but Nissan also confirmed it has increased the footprint of new Juke to provide “greater roominess and comfort” for the driver and passengers.
According to Autocar, the new Juke is some 75 mm longer at 4 210 mm, while its wheelbase has been increased by 106 mm to 2 636 mm.
The automaker said the new model would display “even more character” and “an even bigger personality” than the original, while also promising it would “remain fun to drive”.
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