Nissan UK commissioned paper artist Owen Gildersleeve to build a full-size replica of its UK-made crossover, matching the Juke's dimensions and details one-to-one.
The paper replica of the Juke took Gildersleeve and his team over 200 hours to create, and consists of more than 2000 pieces of folded paper.
According to Nissan, the choice of material stems from the fact that many ideas start with a blank piece of paper.
Gildersleeve says that the sculpture's "origami focus [is] inspired by Nissan’s Japanese roots" and that the "individual pieces of paper [used] to create the overall structure also represents the thousands of people who helped bring the Nissan Juke into reality".
The unveiling of the origami Juke coincides with World Origami Days, which is celebrated between October 24 and November 11 every year.
In September, Nissan confirmed that it will build a second-generation of the Juke at its factory in Sunderland, UK. The current car is also made in Oppama, Japan.