Following the first teaser Nissan has now dropped the first picture of the new Juke-R concept, sensibly named Nissan Juke-R 2.0, prior to its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. This car is a second take on a successful and fun experiment Nissan conducted a few years ago.
The GT-R powered Nissan Juke-R 2.0 super crossover is part of a fairly awesome program the Japanese car maker has put together for this year’s Goodwood Festival which also includes static displays, raffles, and a lot of action at the Hill Climb event.
Besides the Nissan Juke-R 2.0 which is a sure thing when it comes to the hill climb section of the festival (driven by Jann Mardenborough), Nissan will also field a GT-R GT3 driven by NISMO athlete Al Buncombe and a LMP3-class European Le Mans Series race cars with Sir Chris Hoy at the wheel.
As for the off-track activities, Nissan will be giving away three ‘golden ticket’ entries to its pioneering GT Academy competition while enthusiasts are invited to take part in a virtual race on Nissan’s circular PlayStation pods. The winner will get a place in the Nissan GT Academy Race Camp in Abu Dhabi in October.