The new electric Nissan Juke will have a very attractive price according to UK rumours

The new electric Nissan Juke will have a very attractive price according to UK rumours

The future electric Nissan Juke which will be inspired by the Hyper series, could be very attractive priceor at least this is what an authoritative English newspaper gathered, Motor vehicleis always considered very reliable in its predictions.

The next generation Nissan Juke will arrive in the second half of this decade, approximately from 2025 onwardsthe year that electric car prices should (almost) reach balance and thermals.

The Japanese SUV will have a style Hyper Punk and should cost 21 thousand pounds, less than 25 thousand euros. The company explained that it will not be an easy challenge to try to keep the green Juke on sale at this price, but in any case it is the goal they have set for themselves, and most car manufacturers have set 25 thousand euros as the upper limit. ceiling, starting with the long-awaited electric Renault 5 that has been shown in recent days with official photos.

The current generation of Nissan Juke has been on the market since 2019, so it is possible that the new model, according to Motor vehicledon’t see the light like not before 2027. What is known is that it will be built in Englandin the Sunderland factory, and Nissan has prepared an investment of 1.19 billion pounds for the next generations of the Juke and Qashqai which, we remember, will be electric for the first time, as well as the future model of the Leaf.

Il Hyper Punk concept it was presented for the first time at the Tokyo Motor Show 2023, and anticipates the design of future Nissan car models, which will be exclusively electric.

More specifically speaking about the future Juke, the car will be built on CMF-EV platform of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, which is based on the special design of electric vehicles in the C and D segments. The result is probably The new Juke will be a little bigger compared to the current model, the situation that many other cars have in recent years, thus moving from B-SUV to C-SUV.

As the size of the car grows, its ride and handling characteristics change, or if it is in a different location the suspension can be changed. – words about David MossEuropean head of research and development at Nissan – the beauty of making three electric cars at the same time (Qashqai, Laf and Juke ed.) is that the first thing to look at is where do we want to create similar elements and where? It all depends on customer expectations and values“.