The Nissan Juke Ministry of Sound is available in two colours – black or white – and is offered with all of the crossover’s engine variants, including the flagship 188bhp 1.6-litre turbocharged DIG-T petrol and a 109bhp 1.5-litre dCi diesel units.
Standard kit on the new model comprises 17-inch white-coloured alloys, with the same finish used on the car’s door handles and wing mirror housings.
Contrasting gloss black B-pillars with Ministry of Sound badging finish the Juke’s new look.
Interior upgrades over the standard model include a white centre console and white-stitched leather seats. In keeping with the Juke’s collaborative partner, an iPod touch with inbuilt cradle also comes as standard.
The Nissan Juke Ministry of Sound is limited to 250 units and will cost from £17,895.
New to the Nissan Juke range is the addition of a stop-start system to the 116bhp 1.6-litre-powered car. According to Nissan, the system reduces CO2 emissions from 139g/km to 136g/km of CO2 and boosts average fuel economy from 47.1mpg to 48.7mpg.