Nissan celebrated great success with the Juke, although it initially received a lot of criticism for the extraordinary design. At the latest with the start of the second generation in 2019 and the visual revision of the body, the Juke has arrived in the middle of SUV and crossover society. However, some fans of the compact model miss an important feature that was still available on the first Juke: all-wheel drive.
In addition to numerous red details along the body, the white Juke Nismo RS also has red painted brake calipers behind the 18-inch alloy wheels. In the interior, the all-wheel drive model, first registered in June 2018, boasts Recaro sports seats with red side bolsters, numerous Nismo emblems and the red 12 o’clock marking on the leather steering wheel indicate the top-of-the-line engine.