One thing about Nissan, the maker doesn’t shy away from edgy designs. And that’s especially true when it comes to the maker’s various crossover models. Case in point: the newly updated Juke that made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show this week.
The original version of the compact crossover was arguably the edgiest of the Nissan CUV designs, opting for a more youthful, funky approach than the more elegant – shall we say “mature” – Murano. It appears Nissan has decided to push the needle quite a bit further with a design already polarizing the media covering the Geneva Show.
The 2015 update features updated split headlamps framing a beefed-up chromed grille that almost appears to be grinning. There are even more pronounced flares to the wheel arches, and the even more angular tail gets distinctive boomerang-style taillamps. The overall look is decidedly more angular than before.