Nissan's Cube supermini will cost 14,000 when it goes on sale in the UK in January.
At launch in the UK, the Cube will be available in just two trims, which will share the same engine.
The Cube will be powered by a 108bhp 1.6-litre petrol engine, with either a manual or automatic gearbox. A 1.5-litre diesel option will be added to the range in May.
Average fuel economy will be 42.8mpg, with CO2 emissions of 151g/km.
'Cube' will be the entry-level trim, and will include a glass roof, rear privacy glass, cruise control and Bluetooth.
'Kaizem' trim will cost from 15,100 and adds sat-nav, an upgraded stereo, a rear parking camera and climate control.
LDN special editions
Place your order early and you could bag yourself a LDN special edition version named after the London Design Museum, which heralded the original Japanese-market Cube as one of the 50 cars that changed the world.
The first 100 Cubes will get the LDN treatment of a special brown exterior paint, with a matching suede interior.
Other standard kit on the LDN includes climate control, rain sensing wipers and auto-headlamps. It will cost from 14,600.
Nissan is offering buyers the choice of various personalisation options such as exterior graphics.
Nissan Cube UK line-up at launch
LDN (special edition)1.6 manual