On November 10, Nissan North America announced that it will make the debut of the Juke Black Pearl Edition at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, which opens its doors November 16.
The name “Black Pearl” was first used in 1978 for the 280Z (Fairlady Z in Japan).
The Juke Black Pearl Edition has a Super Black body color with Pearl White accents. Its special 17-inch aluminum wheels are Glossy Black.
For the interior, the seats are black-toned with white accents. The door trim also uses black and white, and the power window switch is white. The Juke’s signature bike-style center console is also white. The steering wheel and shift knob have white accents.
Nissan is producing the Juke Black Edition in a limited run of 1,000 for the US and 250 for Canada.
(Translated by Greg Scott)