Nissan's Juke is one of the most bizarrely styled vehicles on the market. But its sporty, fun-to-drive character forgives many of its design trespasses. Taking things one – or one million – steps further into the realm of the lunatic, this special-order version of the car, which saws the vehicle into pieces, crams in the twin-turbo V-6 (and other assorted brake, transmission, and suspension bits) usually found in the brand's omnipotent six-figure GT-R supercar and then reassembles it tightly around this powertrain, creating a mini Franken-monster. Not exactly a production car, but not just a one-off, the Juke R is available to anyone willing to write Nissan a check for $600,000. [nissanusa.com]
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