Nissan has announced plans to introduce the Micra N-TEC at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Set to go on sale in September, the special edition is based on the Micra Acenta and features a modestly revised exterior with satin chrome accents, privacy glass and 16-inch alloy wheels.  The car also has fog lights, rain sensing wipers and rear parking sensors - among other things.

Moving onto the interior, drivers will find a leather-wrapped steering wheel, blue contrast stitching and chrome / gloss black accents.  Other highlights include an automatic climate control system and a NissanConnect navigation system.

Under the hood, two petrol engines will be available.  The entry-level 1.2-liter engine produces 80 PS (58 kW), while the 1.2-liter DIG-S unit develops 98 PS (72 kW).

Gallery: Nissan Micra N-TEC to bow in Frankfurt

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