Nissan has already decided years ago that the Nissan Juke production will eventually be moved to the UK and they have now announced that the next-gen Juke will be built at their English Sunderland factory.
According to Nissan, the plant was designed, engineered and manufactured in the UK for their European customers. It was added that the plant will have an overall headcount of staff at 6000 as they continue to focus on pushing out new models.
Other than the Nissan Juke, the Nissan Qashqai will eventually be built at the plant as well but things might change depending on the situation of Brexit.
There were fears that a no-deal Brexit would add tariffs on vehicles, engines and more on top of the custom delay which would put the auto-industry in Britain at risk but some people seem confident that Germany, which will need to export hundreds of thousands of vehicles into Britain would protect the trade so we will have to wait and see.