Nissan’s ugly duckling the Juke is getting a new suit of clothes.
The new Juke has been photographed in the final stages of road testing, ahead of its official unveil next month.
It’s seen here with a camouflage paint job at the Millbrook test track in the UK.
Because the design is so different and so polarising (some love it, some hate it) the job of drawing a new one must have been a challenge for designers.
Nissan says the original Juke had a significant impact on the segment and captured the imagination of drivers.
The new model will have even more character, exciting performances and a leading level of connectivity that responds to drivers’ evolving needs.
Rest assured, however, because Nissan says Juke may have grown up in many respects, but it will ultimately remain fun to drive.
Before the official unveiling in early September, Nissan has revealed:
Camo or no camo, it looks like they’ve wound the design back to a more normal look to us?
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