The Nissan Cube will cost from £14,000 when it goes on sale in January.
The car will initially be available with just one engine choice and in two trim levels.
The engine is a 108bhp 1.6-litre petrol unit, which can be mated to a manual or CVT gearbox. Nissan's 1.5-litre diesel will be added to the range in May.
The basic trim level is called Cube, and will include a glass roof, rear privacy glass and Bluetooth and cruise control. The higher Kaizen trim costs from £15,100, and adds an upgraded audio and navigation system, a rear parking camera and climate control.
The first 100 Cubes will be 'LDN' special editions, finished in a special brown colour with a matching suede interior. Priced from £14,600, standard kit will include climate control, rain sensing wipers and auto headlamps.
As with the Mini, Nissan will offer customers numerous personalisation options for their Cube, including exterior graphics.