Shiro means white in Japanese, so you could be a little confused right now as the Juke Shiro in the pictures is quite clearly black or as Nissan has called it - nightshade.

Whilst most of the international carmakers and journalists are focusing on the Detroit Auto Show, we shouldn't forget the Brussels Motor Show that is also happening on the other side of the pond. At this event, Nissan has introduced the new Juke Shiro for the first time, it is a special edition of their top selling crossover range.

Shiro means white in Japanese, so you could be a little confused right now as the Juke Shiro in the pictures is quite clearly black or as Nissan has called it - nightshade.

On the exterior, the only elements that identifies this model as the Juke Shiro are the Dark grey 17-inch alloys and satin silver mirrors and handles. The interior is treated some unique features to set it out from the standard model, these include: a white centre console, white stitching on steering wheel and leather seats and white reveal beneath perforated black leather seats. A special accessory pack completes the look with the matching armrest mats and entry guards.

 

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Nissan Juke Shiro unveiled in Brussels