Nissan Juke Altered to Become Mega Juke Box
Are you a sound wizard? If so, you'll be interested to learn that Japanese auto brand Nissan really knows how to get the party started with the newest forms of sound technology. Recently, the brand installed an incredible 18,900 watts of power in a special sound system installed in a specialized Nissan Juke that was modified by Nissan and the Ministry of Sound and was shown off at the recent 24 Hours of Le Mans festivities.
This altered Juke's exterior, which is flat-black, is very unique, as it has quite an unorthodox paint job and quite a few black matte decals attached to its body. Its interior, however, is even more extreme, as it features an incredible mobile DJ booth with the above mentioned massive wattage. When the vehicle's hatch is closed, it houses a 18-inch subwoofer and various speakers, and when it's up, the speaker boxes go with it, turning the Juke into a rolling PA system.
This Juke is highlighted by ambient lighting, and appears much like an after-hours club on wheels. The Juke's music pumps through the speakers courtesy of a Ministry of Sound digital radio app, so sorting through songs on an iPod or switching CDs isn't necessary. This company also provides an additional power source to harness the large amount of sound power required for the challenge.
How would you like to get your tunes from a moving DJ booth? Coon Rapids Nissan, conveniently located at 3300 129th Avenue NW Coon Rapids, MN 55448 certainly finds the idea to be quite appealing! For more updates about innovative Nissan technologies, stay tuned here, and be sure to browse our current new Nissan vehicle offerings. You're sure to find one that suits you and your family's needs!