2014 Nissan Juke Nismo Reviews
Well, that "down the street" has come and passed, along with the one off Batman inspired Juke Nismo has located a blessed new owner. His name is Adam Williams, a self confessed action film lover and local baker from Wales.
After winning Nissan's Thrill Test, Williams' award was unlike any other: this one off Juke which includes a number of Batman inspired details making it the envy of every film enthusiast and car buff.
Williams took delivery of the one off Batman Juke in front of Carmarthen Castle and also to no one's surprise, the guy was delighted to get the happy owner of a really exceptional showpiece vehicle.
"I will definitely turn some heads driving around Carmarthen - it is amazing to believe I am the only individual in the world with my own version of the Batmobile!"
To even say this is really a unique vehicle could be an understatement. Even though it does not really qualify as a Batmobile, it comes pretty darn close.
The Batman Juke comes with a plethora of Batman inspired details, including: the matte black paint reminiscent of the Tumbler; the aluminum Bat badges on the front grille and tailgate; Bat logos on the kick plates; and reflective Bat badges on the headrests of the suede trimmed Nismo sports seats.
Carmarthen residents were astonished to-see the famed Tumbler drive through their town with Nissan's Dark Knight RisesTM Juke Nismo following just behind it.
He said: "I cannot believe I have won this amazing auto - it was the greatest surprise of my entire life and that I was so thrilled to take delivery of it. I will definitely turn a few heads driving around Carmarthen - it is amazing to believe I am the only individual in the world with my own version of the Batmobile!"
But additionally, it includes a whole host of Batman inspired details that'll make Adam Williams feel just like Bruce Wayne.
Matt black paint gives a menacing look similar to the onscreen Tumbler, while a shark fin antenna replaces the normal auto's normal aerial. Along with Nismo badging, there are while the unique polish black 18inch alloy wheels comprise red detailing, matching the eye catching pinstripe on the sills and bumpers of the conventional Juke Nismo aluminium Bat badges on the front grille and tailgate.
Open the door and you are greeted by Bat logos on the reflective and kickplates Bat badges on the headrests of the suede trimmed Nismo sports seats. Thanks to downlighters mounted under the door mirrors the famous Bat sign can be projected onto the ground area round the doors. The same signal is projected by a clever uplighter on the black headlining interior too.
The Dark Knight RisesTM Juke Nismo was the function of Nissan's very own Batcave - Nissan Design Europe, based in London's Paddington, exactly the same studio in charge of the layout of the first Juke.
"We are not even half-way through the season and we are currently well in front of our goal, having sold nearly 600 cars," said Juke merchandise manager, Jon Davies. "That is a brilliant achievement and evidence that buyers love the Juke Nismo's blend of reachable functionality, fashionable looks and generous equipment."
2014 Nissan Juke Nismo
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