The headline feature of the truly nutty Nissan Juke-R Concept is obviously the twin-turbo V-6 powertrain lifted straight out of the Nissan GT-R. But that's not the only tech the Juke-R gets from Godzilla. It also gets the GT-R's advanced traction control and dynamics logic, to help control all of that GT-R flavored power in the small Juke package. That includes the 4WD controller, the touchscreen interface with all of the PS3-like goodies, and the engine control system. This is the second video in the series--you can catch the first here, and look forward to another video next week, which...
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