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.
Nissan has predicted relatively low sales of just 2000 Cubes a year in the UK.