Nissan Slams the Juke. Hard.

Nissan is having its Juke crossover vehicle modified by the RML Group and transformed into a street-legal one-off that will have a 3.8-liter, twin-turbo V6 under its hood—the same engine that’s used in the slam-you-back-into-your-seat Nissan GT-R.

Nissan is having its Juke crossover vehicle modified by the RML Group and transformed into a street-legal one-off that will have a 3.8-liter, twin-turbo V6 under its hood—the same engine that’s used in the slam-you-back-into-your-seat Nissan GT-R.

The Juke-R will also have the GT-R’s six-speed transaxle, and a modified GT-R four-wheel-drive driveline and propshaft.

On the exterior there are flared wheel arches, revised front and rear bumpers, and a spilt rear wing.

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Inside, there’s pretty much the IP setup from the GT-R. To indicate that this is something out of the ordinary, there are twin race seats with five-point harnesses and the roll cage is visible.

No, this will not become a production model.  They’re building two: a left-hand and a right-hand drive model.