Nissan's popular Micra supermini range has two new special edition trim levels, the Kuro and the Shiro. These new trim levels add new interior and exterior features to the popular supermini.

The Kuro and Shiro trim levels translate as Black and White respectively and become the first special edition models since the new Nissan Micra was launched in 2010.

The Kuro (Black) trim has a new metallic exterior paint called Sapphire Black. It also has a new special badge positioned on the tailgate of the car.

The Shiro (White) trim comes with a choice of two white shades, either Pearl or Alabaster. The Shiro trim also incorporates the special tailgate badge.

New interior features for both models include an ivory-effect dashboard and a lighter seat trim. Other equipment includes climate control, parking sensors with parking space measurement and heated seats. Sat nav is also offered as part of the Nissan Connect option and costs £400.

In terms of engines the same Nissan Micra options are offered including the popular 1.2-litre petrol.

Both of the trims are based on the top-of-the-range Acenta specification but also feature a few new and unique additions.

Nissan expects the new models to attract younger buyers as style and essentially street credit is popular amongst new and younger car buyers.

Features like parking sensors are also aimed at making the Micra more convenient and practical which is one of the things customers look for in a supermini.

Prices for these new trim-levels start from £11,550.