"Bumping music" takes on a whole new meaning in the Nissan Juke Ministry of Sound edition. This special Juke was built in collaboration with the London nightclub, Ministry of Sound, and is all about the music. Its sound system was completely redone by the folks at MOS and is described by Nissan as being "louder than a jumbo jet at take-off." Nissan also claims that its new Juke can transform into a fully functioning DJ booth complete with lighting and a PA system.
Nothing new has been done to the Juke Ministry of Sound edition engine wise. Ministry of Sound badging has been added to the interior along with an 8GB iPod Touch. The iPod comes with a pair of bespoke headphones and is pre-loaded with MOS music and media. Nissan is planning to officially pull the wraps off its new Juke at the 2012 Moscow International Motor Show. Only 3,000 will be made and each will be sold for around $28,000.
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