The all-new Nissan Micra is pretty much fresh baked out of the oven, but the Japanese automaker has decided the world audience of the Geneva Motor Show is deserving of a new special edition.
Nissan has upped the design standard for the fourth generation Micra, which premiered last autumn during the Paris Motor Show. Now the B-segment model is getting a bit more exciting with the introduction of a new limited edition created in partnership with Bose in time for a world presentation at the 87th Geneva Motor Show. The Massachusetts-based company has delivered the upgraded sound system which includes dual speakers fitted within the driver’s seat headrest. Bose has also used its newest iteration of the signal processing technology to deliver a 360-degree aural experience.
The Nissan Micra Bose Personal Edition was initially a Tekna version, and can be opted as Gunmetal Grey or Enigma Black — both paints getting Energy Orange accents for a touch of contrast on the front and rear bumpers, door mirror caps, and also the interesting 17-inch alloy wheels. Apparently, the orange accents come by hand “for a guaranteed high-quality finish.” Nissan is only manufacturing 3,000 units across Europe and these can be specified with the well-known 90-hp 0.9-liter turbo gasoline engine or the economical 90-hp 1.5-liter diesel.