A custom developed Nissan Juke-R, equipped with the same engine from the GT-R, has been brought to the Gran Turismo Evo track day on the Nordschleife.
After the Japanese based automaker has pulled the wraps off the limited edition Juke-R, tuning companies have been inspired by it and now a custom Nissan Juke-R, which is wearing the same name as the version developed by the carmaker, is being placed into the spotlights for the first time. We must mention that this custom Nissan Juke-R is a totally different vehicle from the one produced by Nissan in a limited edition.
According to trackandtuner.com, the model has been developed by a Russian company named Shpilli Villi, which has equipped the urban crossover with the engine from the Nissan GT-R. Our source is saying that thanks to the HKS turbos, the unit can develop a total output of 700 HP (522 kW) with regular gas, while with 109 Octane, the engine can produce an impressive 700 HO (596 kW). The full GT-R interior is being offered throughout the cabin, along with huge rear tires. More units of the custom Juke-R can be developed for potential customers. No word on pricing yet.