The Japanese automaker has confirmed their ‘crazy’ project which we discussed here on CarSession around a week ago. 
The car will be called the Nissan Juke R and due to the fact that its power will come from the same engine found in the GTR, meaning a 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6 rated at 520 HP, we tend to agree that this will be the ultimate compact crossover.
The Nissan Juke R will also adopt the GTR’s 6-speed transaxel, with the front and rear trasaxles joined by a custom 4WD driveline, and also its wheels which are 20 inch RAYS forged alloys.
In order to hint at the massive power lurking under the bonnet, the Juke R features flared wheel arches, aggressive looking bumpers and an unique split rear wing, while at the interior the dashboard has been modified in order to accommodate the new gauges, dials and the 7-inch customisable LCD display from the GT-R.
However, before you get your hopes up we need to make it clear that the Nissan Juke R is a one-off, road-legal concept (actually there will be two exemplars built – one in left-hand-drive and one in right-hand-drive) created to "est the public’s reaction to a seriously sporty Juke".
Paul Willcox, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Nissan in Europe said that "Juke lends itself perfectly to a sports derivative and Juke-R explores
that territory. Equally at home on road and track, Juke-R showcases two
of the most exciting cars in our range and highlights the technical
innovation that drives Nissan. This car will more than live up to the
dynamic driving experience we engineer into all our cars."
Nissan Juke R Video :

Source: Nissan