Nissan has partnered with global youth entertainment group Ministry of Sound to create the world’s ultimate mobile sound system, the Nissan Juke Box. The Nissan Juke Box concept has been fitted with a powerful custom sound system and has embarked on a ‘Summer Sessions’ tour across Europe, starting at the world famous Le Mans 24 Hour endurance race last weekend.
Nissan Juke Box features Ultimate Sound SystemMinistry of Sound have installed a custom-built 19 kilowatt sound rig into a standard Nissan Juke. Custom made cabinets and Mid Hi enclosures house two 18” sub-woofers that are capable of producing 150dB without compromising sound quality. The sound system in the Nissan Juke Box is considered to be louder than a 747 aircraft at take-off. The Nissan Juke Box also features an integrated radio studio that allows anything played on the system to be captured for broadcast using Ministry of Sound’s digital radio application.
The Nissan Juke Box is also capable of transforming into a fully functioning PA system and comes complete with a DJ booth and lighting, making it the ultimate mobile party venue.
A six month radio partnership will be launched which will highlight the Nissan Juke Box’s ‘Summer Sessions’ tour across Europe.