The 2015 Nissan Juke is getting a facelift just in time for next month's Geneva Motor Show. With the release of a new Juke teaser, Nissan promises it'll be unveiling the updated Juke at March's Geneva show with an "even more striking design" than before, because apparently the current Juke just doesn't stand out from the crowd enough.
The Nissan Juke teaser doesn't show much of the next Juke, though from what we can tell it'll keep the same unique profile as before. The Juke's changes should be pretty minor. The odd-ball headlight setup will likely get LED running lights like the rest of the Nissan lineup, and the grille could possibly be enhanced to the new Nissan corporate standard. The Juke's rear-end will also likely see minor changes, with updated taillights, and new styling lines on the rear bumper.
Nissan promises the 2015 Juke will be more refined and efficient than the current model, though we're not expecting any major changes to the Juke's 1.6-liter turbocharged I-4. The 2015 Nissan Juke will be continually teased on Nissan's social media channels leading up to its March 4th Geneva debut.
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