The Japanese based automaker Nissan has recently introduced two new versions of the Micra model, named the Kuro and the Shiro, in the United Kingdom.
According to the car manufacturer, the Kuro and the Shiro actually mean black and white, and these models are based on the midrange Acenta, but they will come with some extra features which are currently available only for the top of the line versions. Nissan says that the Kuro and the Shiro will be available with some additional equipment like the heated front seats, climate control and parking sensors with parking space measurement, along with an optional 400-pound satellite navigation system.
The Nissan Micra in its two new versions, the Kuro and the Shiro, is also coming with metallic paint schemes, with black for the Kuro and two shades of white for the Shiro and, as you can see from the images posted below, the interior cabins of both models have an ivory-effect dashboard, a lighter seat trim and special badges. Nissan says that both the Micra Kuro and Micra Shiro will be available with the 1.2 liter naturally aspirated and supercharged DIG-S engines, with a choice of manual or automatic CVT transmissions. Prices for the two models start at 11.500 GBP.