Nissan teases the refreshed Juke crossover for Geneva

Some cars out there are polarizing, are based off a questionable platform and enjoy only moderate sales; some manufacturers push the limits of aesthetics even further and the masses go after it. It seems that is what has happened with the Nissan Juke.

No matter which way one looks at it, this is still the cheaper alternative to the Nissan Rogue with less than 200 bhp, beyond questionable cargo space for a crossover and it’s got the one trump card option: a manual transmission. Due for a refresh at Geneva, Nissan seems to have felt the pulse of the market and is eagerly teasing it as shown above. Stay tuned for what will likely be more teaser images, and perhaps even a leaked image or two ahead of the Geneva debut. Feel free to check out the brief press release after the jump.

-By: Sawyer Sutton

FIRST GLIMPSE OF THE NEW NISSAN JUKE

New Nissan Juke to be revealed at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show
Improved efficiency, advanced technology and greater practicality
Design enhancements make New Juke the most distinctive crossover yet

GENEVA, Switzerland (25 February, 2014) – Nissan’s domination of the crossover market will move up a gear at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show when the New Juke will be revealed for the first time.

Today Nissan reveals the first teaser image of the latest version of its premium B-segment crossover, a car which has triggered one of the most talked-about trends for a generation.

Promising even more striking design, improved efficiency and enhanced refinement, New Juke will be one of the stars of the forthcoming Geneva Motor Show when it is revealed for the first time on 4th March 2014.

Building up to the unveil moment, Nissan fans will be able to interact with Nissan on social media to ‘earn’ an ever clearer glimpse of the exciting new crossover. Starting today, an obscured image of the New Juke will be shown on a variety of social channels where over the coming days and weeks the image will become clearer to define some of the Nissan’s new design cues.