Nissan and world-renown electronic dance production label, Ministry of Sound, have teamed up to produce a limited edition version of the Juke compact crossover. Called the “Juke with Ministry of Sound,” this special Nissan receives a special treatment that will certainly get the bass bumpin’ and the fists pumpin’.
Limited to just 3,000 unties in Europe with the UK getting only 250, while Germany receives 400, the “Ministry of Sound” Juke can be had in any of the Juke’s current power- and drivetrain combinations.
Buyers also have the option of choosing between a Metallic Black or Solid White, while all models receive 17-inch wheels, white door handles and mirror caps, B-pillars with high-gloss shadowlining and a unique Minstry of Sound badge.
The interior gets a similar mixture of trimming with a white center console, white door trims and leather stitching, and much more. To help reinforce the obsolescence of any music format recorded on magnetic tape, an iPod cradle is also included.
Buyers will also receive a “Music Pack” that comes complete with a white 8GB Apple iPod touch preloaded with a variety of multimedia from Nissan, the Ministry of Sound and more.
Pricing in the UK starts at £17,895 and the Nissan Juke with Ministry is said to make its full world-wide premiere at the 2012 Moscow Motor Show in Russia later this month. There has been no word about a US-bound version.
– By: Chris Chin