Fox Marketing Nissan Juke S – This is no GT-R

Watch out Juke R, there is a new kid on the block.. the Juke S! Actually, the Juke R has nothing to fear… this is not your daddy’s GT-R Powered Nissan Juke, this is a Juke that is modified by Fox Marketing to take advantage of the 1.6L turbo power plant that the car comes with from the factory.

Brian at Fox Marketing has upgraded the turbo and intercooler and is expected to produce around 400 horsepower from it’s stock motor. Usual to Fox Marketing, the Juke will also receive new bigger brakes, larger 20 inch wheels, and a new body kit.

Fox Marketing has a deal with Yonaka, so they are featuring Yonaka racing seats in the Juke, and will introduce the Juke S at shows within the next few months.

Nissan Juke GT-R Track Video

The Nissan Juke R is a concept by Nissan that is a standard Nissan Juke with a not so standard GT-R engine. Up until now, all we’ve had were images of this car, but today Nissan has released a video showcasing the Juke GT-R on a track. The Juke has been modified to ensure it’s chassis can handle the 480+ horsepower twin turbo V6 from the GT-R. From the looks of the video, the car simple hauls and with it’s unique looks is guaranteed to be a head turner.

Check out the video:

Manhart Racing BMW M3

As if we need any more reasons to want a BMW M3, Manhart Racing today has announced that they are creating a M3 aftermarket program which they are calling the MH3 V8 RS Clubsport. They are going to start with a E92 BMW M3 and massage it into a even more potent machine that delivers an incredible 750 horsepower and 910 torque, wow! This engine comes from the X5M and X6M which is a twin turbo 4.4L V8, and Manhart is getting this extra power with modified turbos, some engine work, and a few other tricks up their sleeves.

The M3 is also lightweight, and is about 1590 kilograms, which gives it the power to weight ratio of an exotic.

So, how much will all this performance cost you? You can guess it won’t be cheap, but Manhart hasn’t released any figures yet. Why scare people off in the early stages, right?