Nissan has seen the cars that will be presented at the Tokyo Motor Show, which will open in January. One of them would be welcome in Belarus with snow, sleet, reagents and mud.
This is an extreme type of show-car based on the crossing of Juke, instead of wheels with caterpillars. And this is not Nissan's first experience with tracked vehicles. In February, for example, the tracked units tested on the Rover 370Z, and on the Juke, the tracked unit was installed in early 2015, when the Japanese showed the concept of the Juke Nismo RSnow.
The current show car received the designation Juke Personalization Adventure Concept and it seems even brighter than its predecessor. The company does not go into detail, but judging from the only photo of the concept, the tracked crossover will boast massive wheel arch extensions and an impressive expedition roof bar with an "additional LED chandelier."
Also at the Tokyo Auto Show, Nissan will display the X-Trail crossover, refined on the occasion of the company's cooperation with the winner of the tennis championship. We Open 2018 – 21 years old, Naomi Osaka. However, this car has practically nothing special: the sample prepared for the Tokyo exhibition differs from the usual X-Trail with darkened optics, a different body kit and the original two-tone body color.
More details about the updates. Nissan will open in the days of the Tokyo Motor Show, which will open on January 11.