Nissan's European arm is reportedly working on a project that will see its Juke crossover SUV being fitted with the engine of the GT-R.
According to Jalopnik.com, Nissan Europe has dubbed its project as the 'Super Juke'. Besides fitting the GT-R's 480hp, 3.8-liter V6 engine under the Juke's bonnet, the Japanese carmaker has stripped its interior and fitted it with "enlarged wheel arches, front splitter and what looks like a double rear wing, split each side of the central rear brake light."
As if to make sure this wasn't a hoax, CarScoop.blogspot.com got in touch with Nissan Motor (Great Britain) communications director Gabi Whitfield who could only confirm than Nissan Europe is indeed creating "a 'Super Juke.'"
We don't know about you but we think the looks of the Juke just got more bearable with its GT-R-sourced drivetrain.