Nissan has unleashed its new top-of-the-range limited edition Juke Shiro which features high-end detailing and lots of character, with prices starting at £17,695.
The Shiro, which means white in Japanese, has details such as a central console modelled on the fuel tank of a motorbike, switch casing and door panels, all in white.
The seats are covered in perforated leather through which the white backing fabric can be seen, with white featuring on the leather steering wheel, gear gaiter and around the edges of the seats.
Under the bonnet three engines are available including the 110PS 1.5-litre dCi, 117PS normally aspirated 1.6-litre petrol and finally the turbocharged petrol 1.6-litre DIG-T with 190PS.
Also on offer is a 4x4 version as well as an automatic.
The new Shiro replaces the popular limited edition Kuro, which means black in Japanese.
Copyright Press Association 2012