Nissan Juke Design Inspiration Discovered
I happen to like the Juke, in about the same way I like the Datsun F10. Even though the F10 was a CC competitor for the world’s ugliest car, I’m all for anything that makes our streets less boring; bring it on! And the Juke certainly does that. And you can’t deny there’s more than a few similarities, right down to protuberances on their front fender tops:
The C-pillar with that blacked out rear section, the upswept window line, the two-door look, and…
Interestingly enough, while the rest of the Juke evokes (for me anyway) the F10 wagon, at the rear, it’s the hatchback that comes to mind, with its graceful arc at the top, and the prominent license plate surround. I say bravo, Nissan, for having the guts to retro one of your all-time…um…memorable designs.
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The problem with the F10 is that it was not only ugly, it was a horrible, sweaty little car to drive and ride in too. My buddy had one when we were in high school in the mid 80's. Most of the time we took my '74 Ford Torino wagon everywhere, it was a lot more comfortable.