The Juke has seen its fair share of publicity, especially by its unusual shape and the fact that this is Nissan’s first entry in the segment of the small cross. The waterfall is the most recent announcement in the development of the Juke-R GT-R with modified bases.
Now Nissan has moved to another realm of fantasy: no “yes” to 530HP Juke prototype, but virtual. His division has launched JUK3D scene, an online module that promises to give users “an incredibly immersive experience for discovering and carrying out” small crossover manufacturer. Developed in partnership with Adobe and businesses Digitas France, the application uses the latest 3D technology from Adobe to make the Juke looks so real as possible.
Scene JUK3D experience consists of two parts. The first, “Discovery and Custom” allows users to view the Juke from any angle, both inside and outside, to discover all the details and even choose the exterior color. The second section, and certainly more interesting called “Drive.” As is obvious from its name, allows users to run virtual Juke periphery of a city at night, when they can – in 3D of course. And even going to challenge their friends and compare lap times through social networks.