Nissan has created a new top of the range Juke which replaces the Kuro (black) limited edition model.
The Juke Shiro (white) features a host of white details to mark it out from lesser models in the range.
Interior features include white detailing with the centre console painted white, as are the door panels and window switch surrounds.
The leather wrapped steering wheel, gear gaiter and the edges of the leather seats all feature white stitching, while the seats themselves have a double layer fabric with a white background colour visible through the perforated leather facing.
Additional interior specification includes a leather covered centre armrest complete with white stitching, which also provides additional storage; illuminated chrome-plated sill protectors for the front doors and Juke-branded velour floor mats.
Externally, the Shiro edition can be identified by its dark grey 17-inch alloy wheels, the satin silver finish to the door handles and mirror caps plus a gloss black finish to the B-pillar.
Although available in any of the colours offered on Juke models, Shiro does have one additional unique hue in its palette: Nightshade, a deep aubergine colour.
Shiro builds on the top-of-the-range Tekna grade with prices starting from £17,695.
Deliveries are due to commence from March 1, 2012.