The Nissan Juke looks (and sounds) better than ever thanks to the Ministry of Sound.
The Ministry of Sound is London's "music authority" in regards to clubbing and electronic dance music. What you may not know, however, is that they work closely with Nissan to develop special editions based on current style and cutting-edge technology in order to appeal to a younger purchasing demographic. Previously, the MOS worked in conjunction with Nissan to create the loudest on-the-road sound system and they have returned with a new limited edition Juke, featuring plenty of new technology and a style all of its own.
Starting with the crossover's styling, the Juke features MOS badging and their trademark black and white logo, Metallic Black or Solid White exterior finishes and a set of 17-inch white alloy wheels. The door handles and mirror caps have also been finished in white which ties into the interior, which also boasts a white center console, door trims and stitching on the leather-wrapped seats. The interior also features exclusive technology, such as the Music Pack. The Music Pack incorporates a pre-loaded 8GB Apple iPod touch with exclusive MOS music and media, bespoke MOS headphones and a Martin Audio sound system.
The sound system is "louder than a jumbo jet at take-off" and "can transform into a fully-functioning PA system, complete with DJ booth and lighting."
The Juke Ministry of Sound Edition is available with any of the model's range of engines and will be built in a limited-run of only 3,000 units (only 250 examples are earmarked for the UK). It will make its official debut at the 2012 Moscow International Motor Show on August 29th and will start pricing at £17,895.