The powerful Nissan Juke-R has been recently taken to Norway, where it had to deal with the ice on a local track in the mountains.
The Nissan Juke-R has probably had the most aggressive marketing campaign in the Japanese based automaker’s history, but even so, the company isn’t putting it away just yet, and a new official video has been released. As you can see from the footage posted below this article, the powerful Nissan Juke-R has been taken on a spin around an ice track, in the snowy mountains of Norway, on the Losna Isbane Ice Track in Lillehammer. What came out of this test can be seen below.
As a reminder, the 2012 Nissan Juke R is using the GT-R’s 3.8 liter bi-turbocharged V6 engine which is developing a total output of 480 horsepower on the sports car, along with its all-wheel drive system, gearbox and suspension, so the engineers really know what they’re doing if they have managed to squeeze all of that into the small crossover. The Juke-R is also coming with a race-spec roll cage which is replacing the rear seats, two racing seats, a GT-R sourced steering wheel, a seven-inch touch screen, pedals and dials. Prices for the Nissan Juke-R start at 590,000 USD.