520 BHP Nissan Super Juke might enter production image

Everyone knows that Nissan makes one of the hottest cars of the moment, the GT-R, which has no rival being super-fast and not expensive as the competition, so it seems that the Japanese automaker wants to have more powerful cars in its lineup, one of them being the small urban crossover Juke.

According to autoexpress.co.uk, the Juke might be actually quicker than the new Porsche 911 with a total output of 520 BHP, coming from the same 3.8 liter twin-turbo V6 engine powering the GT-R, allowing it to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in four seconds and hitting a top speed of almost 170 mph, which is quite fast compared to the fastest Juke yet, the 1.6 DiG-T with its 8 second 0 to 62 mph sprint time and 134 mph top speed.

Know internally as the Super Juke, the beefed up crossover will also get an aggressive look, split rear spoiler, bonnet vents and it will be closer to the road thanks to a new suspension, while the cabin will be very simple in order to save weight.

No more details about the Super Juke are known yet and it seems that the vehicle is just a study for now, but if it will hit the production line, the small crossover will most likely be a hit because Nissan will keep it at a low price.