The upcoming 2020 Juke has been spotted being tested out in the public for the first time and it seems it’ll be retaining a number of funky features that made the first gen so popular especially with the youth market.
It looks like Nissan is keeping faith with the bug-eye headlights, hidden rear door handles along with the flared wheel arches for the second generation model — and it appears that its proportions will be identical to the current version too. Hmm, so what’s new about this one then? Well, the big changes are around the back as the newbie adopts a pair of horizontal shaped taillights in place of the current model’s boomerang-shaped lights and they resemble those of the Qashqai a little bit. A closer look at the front reveals a new V-motion grille (it was inspired by the latest-gen Leaf) while the interior could feature a “floating” display on the dash along with more new tech.
It’ll be based on an all-new CMF-B platform which should improve interior space and in particular, rear leg room and since the architecture supports electrification, a hybrid could be on its way.
Engine options should include 1.0-litre three-cylinder and 1.6-litre four-cylinder turbocharged units and we could be seeing it on the roads before the end of the year.