Nissan expands the list of standard Visia / Acenta / Tekna designs with two new trim levels for the Micra. The all-new N-Design is all about customizability, and the N-Sport, now promoted from its previous limited status to a constant level, is all about dynamic character. Many of the former’s elements are available in a glossy black or chrome finish, paired with 16-inch, two-tone ‘Genki’ wheels. Inspired by Japanese culture, Nissan – the hard-to-translate word is about. it does so, vitality, inner energy. The black fabric upholstery of the N-Design cabin is decorated with gray inserts, but an orange interior is also available on request.

The N-Sport design features glossy black exterior details, 17-inch rims, LED headlights and Alcantara upholstery inserts. The special design of the seats provides better support, making it tiring even on long journeys – even if someone thinks that the 2.5-meter wheelbase and the one-liter turbo engine are good companions for long journeys. The engine has otherwise been reworked so it can be driven with fewer shifts.

Micra also offers new driver support features, from pedestrian detection emergency braking to adaptive high beam lighting.