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  • Nissan Juke-R Prototype 1 front
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  • Nissan Juke-R Prototype 1 rear
  • Nissan Juke-R Prototype 1 front valance
  • Nissan Juke-R Prototype 1 wheels and brakes
  • Nissan Juke-R Prototype 1 NISMO badge
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  • Nissan Juke-R Prototype 1 split rear wing
  • Nissan Juke-R Prototype 1 530 horsepower 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine
  • Nissan Juke-R Prototype 1 cabin
  • Nissan Juke-R Prototype 1 cabin


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    The Nissan Juke-R must've been a tough car to build a business case for, yet the madcap little crossover with the heart of a GT-R is now a production reality. Admittedly, we should probably assign some quotes around "production," since the vehicle is being built on a one-by-one on-demand basis at extraordinary cost – at an estimated price of well over $600,000, it has little in common with the already bonkers everyday Juke. We're just happy it exists at all.

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