Despite being unlikely to ever let anyone drive it, Nissan is milking the Juke-R shopping trolley supercar thingy for all it's worth, including making a series of slickedy slick videos showing its development.
The latest one, video four, has just been released, in which some engineers explain the intricacies of shoehorning a 480bhp twin-turbo 3.0-litre V6 engine into the tiny space where a 2.0-litre diesel's supposed to go.
The engine, you'll probably already know, is taken from the Nissan GT-R supercar, although 43bhp has been misplaced at some point during the transfer – the current GT-R has 523bhp.
Nissan says the Juke-R came about because the company "loves doing unexpected things." We know another company like that.
The Juke-R will, in Nissan's words, become the "world's fastest, most innovative crossover."
Anyway, why not just watch the videos and make your own mind up on its brilliance/pointlessness. We've handily pulled them all together for you: