Otherwise known as the Nissan Juke ‘doef, doef’ Edition, you can be sure to hear uplifting trance and shadowy dub step thrumming out of it everywhere you see its mad, multiple headlight arrangement. Speaking dispassionately, you can see exactly how Nissan got to this particular special edition, considering the car has been likened to a jukebox in much of its own PR material and it has that skulking, hoodie wearing, lay-about urban attitude about it.
Nissan even used the Juke as a sort of mobile jukebox back in June at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race, where it provided race fans with mobile parties, hosted by none other than the Ministry of Sound DJs. Woohooo, banging tjoonz maan, innit! That was until the Nissan Delta Wing got bumped off the track by a mean, mean Toyota and then the party turned into a sombre come down session.
‘Water under the bridge’ as they saying goes and Nissan has revealed that it will make the most of this brand tie-up and sell 250 units of the Ministry of Sound Edition. It will be offered in a choice of both a Metallic Black or Solid White finish and come with 17-inch white alloys, white mirror caps and white door handles. The Nissan Juke’s B-pillar gets a contrasting high gloss black finish, while the exterior is festooned with many Ministry of Sound badges.
Of course Nissan haven’t made any changes beneath the bonnet, but where you will find changes are on the interior and in the ICE (in-car entertainment) department. Inside it has some new white fripperies on the center console, leather seats, gear gaiter and steering wheel, as well as an 8GB iPod Touch (with case), which all make up the ‘Music Pack’ that also includes Ministry of Sound headphones and an activation code for VIP access to the Ministry of Sound music store.