Two bespoke mounts – one integrated into the dashboard of a Nissan Juke crossover, and another attached to a helmet – mean that JukeCam is suited for filming every aspect of the driver’s life.
That could be life on the road, where dashboard cameras can help reduce insurance premiums and settle claims. Or it could be life on the slopes, in the air, down mountain trails or on any other adventure where a first-person action camera is part of the kit list.
The fully integrated JukeCam has an ‘always-on’ recording capacity of three hours when used as a dash-cam, allowing journeys to be recorded should the footage be required for an insurance claim. Once JukeCam is detached from the dashboard-mounted base to be used as an action camera, the battery will last up to two hours.
Nissan JukeCam is a technology concept that’s been developed in conjunction with 360fly, a manufacturer of 360º cameras.
The JukeCam was showcased by Xpogo in new Guinness World Records attempt.
Nissan now offers its crossover customers another way to stand out from the crowd by enhancing the Juke’s individual personality with a stylish new Special Version – the Juke Envy. The new model plays a starring role in the video of Xpogo’s Guinness World Record breaking attempt.
The Juke Envy adds striking personalisation options. Tokyo Black front and rear bumper inserts, headlight inserts for the Xenon headlights and 18” alloy wheels with Tokyo Black inserts are complemented with Detroit Red wing mirror covers and Style Pack for the side door sills and lower boot finisher. The styling continues inside the cabin with Detroit Red interior personalisation.
Juke Envy is available with a choice of two powertrains – the DIG-T 115 petrol and dCi 110 diesel.