Nissan. What a tease. They’ve been dangling details and launch dates in front of us forever. Finally, the all new Juke-R is complete, and pictures are now available for Nissan voyeurs’ viewing pleasure. The Japanese automaker took the drivetrain from its top-of-the-line GT-R – including its superior all-wheel-drive system, twin-clutch transmission and 3.8-liter twin-turbo 480-horsepower V6 – and created one of its smallest vehicles to date, the Juke crossover. Nissan plans to build two of these prototypes: one in right-hand drive and one in left-hand drive (lucky you if you’re ambidextrous).