In the latest Juke-R video, engineers hit the track and put the crossover through its paces.
Nissan has released the tenth installment of their series which chronicles the development of the Juke-R concept.
In the latest clip, called Shakedown and Testing, engineers hit the track and put the crossover through its paces. We don't get to hear much from the concept's twin-turbo 3.8-liter V6 engine - with 480 hp (486 PS / 358 kW) - but the development team talks about the challenges of fine tuning the high-performance crossover.
As Juke project manager Thomas Deloison explains, "The Juke-R is a road-legal car so it's very important that, with this testing, we can make sure that first the car is safe ... but also we can fine tune and improve all the variations in terms of chassis and suspension that the Juke-R has against the GT-R."