Nissan will update its Juke model this year, and the automaker may release a hybrid and plug-in hybrid version of the crossover. According to a report from Car Buzz, the second-generation Juke will feature the Renault-Nissan Alliance’s CMF-B platform, and will support electrified powertrains. The PHEV version of the Juke will feature a 1.6L 4-cylinder ICE in combination with an electric motor and 9.8kWh battery, with 20 miles of all-electric range. A mild hybrid version is unconfirmed, but Car Buzz suggests it is a possibility, alongside standard ICE and diesel options. The Juke is expected to roll out later this year. Read more.