Nissan has finally revealed in the metal the insane Juke-R crossover at an event staged by the Japanese carmaker in Spain recently.
According to Nissan, the "Juke-R continues to create a huge reaction," which is understandable since cramming the GT-R's drivetrain, performance, handling and electronic bits into the body of a compact Juke crossover is no simple feat.
Nissan added that only two Juke-Rs will be built, one in left-hand drive and the other with a right-hand drive orientation.
Developed by Nissan and built by motorsports outfit RML with input from Nissan Technology Centre for Europe, the Juke-R is being eyed as the world's fastest, most innovative, crossover. Testing of the Juke-R is scheduled to begin in November.