Origami is a popular way to celebrate anniversaries. And to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the Nissan Juke, they enlisted British paper artist Owen Gildersleeve to create a life-size origami of the SUV. Comprised of 2,000 folded pieces of paper, it took more … Continue reading ?
The compact crossover would slot beneath the Juke, but could replace it altogether.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn has announced that his company will turn the Kicks concept they trotted out at the 2014 São Paulo Motor Show into an actual car. Looks right between a Juke and a Murano with a little dash of “lifted Maxima.” Read more...
The new 500X Abarth could take on the Mini John Cooper Works Countryman and Nissan Juke Nismo RS, but we think it'll need more grunt. Continue reading Fiat 500X may get Abarth treatment Fiat 500X may get Abarth treatment originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 22 Dec 2015 14:14:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
The redesigned model is expected to bring a toned-down design, despite borrowing a few design cues from the Gripz concept.
While the infotainment system is disappointing and a proper manual gearbox would certainly ramp up the fun, the Juke has an engaging ride and a quirky personality that should satisfy the attention seeker in all of us.
Since 2011 the Nissan Juke has been inspiring both cheers and jeers thanks to its take-it-or-leave-it design. In 2015 the Juke gets projector-beam headlamps, a whole slew of color choices and Nissan's Around View monitor.
Nissan is showcasing its Color Studio program at the Los Angeles Auto Show, featuring two Juke models decked out in black and yellow. The Color Studio allows buyers to customize many trim pieces on the Juke (and now the Versa Note) and...Show More Summary
Mitsubishi mildly updated its Outlander Sport for the 2014 model year to better compete with other compact crossovers like the Jeep Patriot and Nissan Juke. That update brought about things like available LED running lights, LED brake lights, and even leather on the inside. Show More Summary
Nissan’s Color Studio customization program for the Juke has been live since 2014. When it was first launched at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, Nissan envisioned it to be a tool owners of the Juke could use in bringing a personalized flavor to their funky crossovers, for an added cost, of course. Show More Summary
It used to be that getting the factory to personalize your car was something only buyers of high-end autos like supercars would do. Now even buyers of the humble Nissan Juke get to join the personalization club. Today, at the Los Angeles Auto Show, Nissan is showing its 2016 Juke, and for the latest model year the vehicle is available with a...
Nissan's new special edition of the Juke SV for 2016. Called the Stinger, it's available in yellow with black or black with yellow. Continue reading 2016 Nissan Juke goes bumblebee with new Stinger editions 2016 Nissan Juke goes bumblebee with new Stinger editions originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 18 Nov 2015 12:30:00 EST. Show More Summary
The jury's still out on whether the "color studio" personalization options offered for the Nissan Juke are a good thing or bad. But Nissan now is extending it to the Versa Note as well. Continue reading Nissan extends Juke's Color Studio...Show More Summary
Paper is perhaps the most important tool that billions of us use every single day. Countless great ideas have started out as lines on a piece of paper, same goes for historical speeches and agreements that have had tremendous impactShow More Summary
Nissan is celebrating the fifth birthday of its quirky little Juke crossover by creating a full-scale replica using the Japanese folded-part art of origami. Continue reading Nissan Juke turns 5, celebrates with origami [w/video] Nissan Juke turns 5, celebrates with origami [w/video] originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 04 Nov 2015 19:22:00 EST. Show More Summary
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5IUJ_DcTXk The automaker’s UK arm has created an origami-inspired Nissan Juke to celebrate the small SUV’s fifth birthday. Nissan UK commissioned paper artist Owen Gildersleeve to build a full-size replica of its UK-made crossover, matching the Juke’s dimensions and details one-to-one. Show More Summary
British artist Owen Gildersleeve built the 2,000-piece project in about 200 hours.
To celebrate the fifth anniversary of its compact crossover, Nissan commissioned artist Owen Gildersleeve to create a Nissan Juke out of nothing more than folded paper.
The Nissan Juke fighter will arrive on the market sometime next spring or early summer.
The production version of the Toyota C-HR concept – a Nissan Juke rival – will be revealed at the 2016 Geneva motor show. The Japanese brand first showed its idea of a small crossover at the Paris motor show last autumn; at the Frankfurt motor show this autumn it tweaked that concept’s looks to produce a vehicle that’s […]