Sure, the idea behind the Nissan Juke-R project was to squeeze a GT-R powertrain into a Juke bodyshell. But you didn't think they'd just leave the exterior styling alone to look like a stock example of the little five-door, did you? Of course not.

In the seventh installment of the Juke-R's ongoing web-build video series, Nissan's engineers craft a unique body for the prototype out of carbon fiber. Naturally, extra consideration had to be applied to accommodate the car's unique cooling and aerodynamic considerations, as well as the beefed-up rolling stock. But there's an extra dose of attitude applied somewhere along the way.

Follow the jump to watch the brief video clip, and check out the fresh images added to the ever-expanding image gallery to see how it came together.
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NISSAN JUKE-R - BODY STYLING

VIDEO 7 - BODY STYLING - The Juke-R made an impact as soon as it was revealed thanks to the way its looks combine the bold styling of Juke with the supercar nature of the GT-R engine and drivetrain hiding beneath its skin. This video talks about how the Juke-R's brand new carbon panels have been created, beginning with the initial design through to the finished parts being applied to the car.