Nissan Joins Forces with Ministry of Sound to Create New Limited Edition Juke

Not too long after London-based music clubbing and electronic dance producer Ministry of Sound collaborated with Nissan for the creation of the one-off “Juke Box Concept” sporting a 150 decibel, 18,900W sound system, the two companies came together again to build a special edition version of the small crossover. Production of the “Juke with Ministry of Sound” will be limited to just 3,000 cars in Europe with the UK getting 250 of those and Germany 400. The special edition model can be specified with any engine and transmission in the current Juke range, and is offered with a number of special design and technology features. Beginning with the exterior of the car, buyers can choose from two colors, Metallic Black or Solid White, with all models coming equipped with standard 17-inch white alloy wheels, white door handles, white mirror caps, B-pillars finished in high-gloss black and a unique Ministry of Sound badge. The interior of the “Juke with Ministry of Sound” gets a white center console, white door trims and white stitching on the leather seats, steering wheel and gear gaiter, while there is also an iPod cradle. All buyers will receive a Music Pack that consists of a white 8GB Apple iPod touch pre-loaded with Nissan and Ministry of Sound video and photo content, and engraved on the rear with Nissan Juke and Ministry of Sound logos, as well as a self-healing iPod case coated in Nissan’s Scratch Shield paint technology and a pair of Ministry of Sound headphones. In the UK, pricing for the the Juke with Ministry of Sound starts at £17,895. The new special edition model will make its world premiere at the 2012 Moscow International Motor Show that runs from August 29 to September 9.