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JUKE NISMO

ジューク ニスモ  ※欧州仕様車です。 NISMOは、これまでモータースポーツのDNAを受け継いだロードゴーイングカーを少量生産してきた。そしていま、そこで培ってきた「技」を持つオリジナルブランドの車種をラインアップに加えたいと考えた。NISMOにしかつくれない、直系ワークスチューンの真価を実感できる走り、NISMOらしさにあふれたデザイン、そしてNISMOの情熱とスピリットを注ぎ込む。そこから世界に向けて、もうひとつの「今までなかったワクワクを」発信できると思うからだ。その想いを込めた、ジュークNISMO。いま、クルマをドライブする新しい楽しさ、クルマを持つことの新しい歓びが始まる。 http://www.nissan.co.jp/JUKE/nismo.html


 


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