The Juke-R needed a complete rework for just 480 horsepower. The Nissan Cube needs only a few bolt-ons to more than double that number, apparently.

Despite having very little experience with imports, the guys over at put together a hilarious video showing exactly how to get a Nissan Cube to crank out 1,001 horsepower. After the base dyno test, the crew outfitted the Cube with some Type R badges, dragon vinyl, a GT-R inspired rear wing and some new wheel covers.

The end results were off the chart. Check out the video below if you have dreams of seeing what a 1,001-hp Nissan Cube looks like.

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