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Nissan Juke Joins the Army in China

We admit that most Nissan cars are bland and boring, designed to appeal to an ever increasing budget car market in Asia. But there are a few exceptions. In 2010, they launched the Juke mini-SUV, basically a supermini on stilts with the face of a bulldog. Despite not having heritage, it was an instant success story and has also proven popular in the tuning world.
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Ever since the GT-R powered Juke R came out, people have been trying to cram as much aggression into the little car as possible. Most opt for a racing look, but Wrap Workz Hong Kong have opted for the military style.

Their custom wrap take a red hairdresser's machine and turns it into G.I. Jane's tank for the city. Besides the obvious switch to army green for the body, they made the headlights more stealthy, plasti-dipped the trim and tinted the windows. A carbon fiber look roof is also done and accentuates the rear wing of the car.

 
 
 
 
 

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