The Japanese based automaker Nissan has recently announced that the Juke Box, a special version of the Juke small crossover, has been revealed over the weekend, during the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
According to the car manufacturer, the special version of the Nissan Juke, named the Nissan Juke Box, has been described as “the ultimate mobile sound system”, and the vehicle has been fitted with an impressive 18,900W audio system, two 18-inch powered sub units, a DJ booth and an integrated radio studio, which will be quite enough for the model to win just about any audio contest. Nissan is saying that the Juke Box is producing, through its speakers, 150 db, which is actually louder than a jumbo jet taking off.
After seeing special versions of the Nissan Juke, like the Nissan Juke-R and let’s not forget the Nissan Juke Nismo, which had “power” written all-over their bodies, time has come for the Japanese based automaker to focus on something else, and that something is music in this case. The Nissan Juke Box has made its official debut during the 24 Hours of Le Mans, over the past weekend, where it was part of the Ministry of Sound DJ’s equipment.