It Nissan Juke is one of them B-SUV more prominent that can find due to their striking appearance. It was released in 2010 and since then a major hole has been gaining in the market thanks to the make of the Japanese brand in this segment. And soon will come the second generation, which is expected to be a natural evolution but upgrading at all levels. This model could be ready by 2020.
Official data are not known at the moment, but the companions of Motor.es dare with a recreation that could pre-empt its appearance. It would take some elements which we have seen in the latest prototypes of the brand as the Nissan Gripz Concept or recent Nissan Vmotion 2.0 Concept. This leaves us with a Juke wider and lower than the current, something which favours a greater dynamism in its body.
Recreation at some of the highlights are unified front headlamps (currently are divided), the adoption of Grill V-Motionfeature of the brand, and a few generous wheel arches. For customers looking for further customization is possible to choose color of the roof or pillar C, ‘quite fashionable’ lately. This aspect will also be moved inside.
The cockpit of the Nissan Juke 2020 WINS space with respect to the current, having a more usable rear seats and a trunk rather above the 350 litres. It technology will be one of the key and there will be a full system multimedia with connection to internet and connectivity with our smartphone. Following the strategy of the brand, it is even possible to incorporate the Propilot system, which adds some functions of autonomous driving.
In terms of its range of engines, it seems that the second generation of the single Juke will have mechanical turboalimentadas. There will be two versions of gasoline with powers between 120 and 170 CV that they highlighted by its low consumption. For this reason it is likely there is no diesel engines in the range. What that would be raised would be the arrival of a hybrid version. Although still there are doubts in this respect and there might be several options.
One possible solution could be the use of the Nissan e-Power, extended-range electric technology. It consists of a small gasoline engine that will serve as a power generator for the electric system. Another option that will shuffle is the use of a plug-in hybrid system derived from the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV after the partial acquisition of the brand by the Renault-Nissan alliance. In all case will have to wait to go knowing details of this Nissan Juke 2020.
Source – Motor.es