Named Kuro and Shiro – meaning black and white respectively in Japanese – the new models are based on the mid grade Acenta specification.
But customers will be treated to a selection of charms usually reserved for top-of-the-range models.
The Kuro is painted in Sapphire Black, a brand new metallic colour, and Shiro is available with a choice of two white shades – Pearl or Alabaster.
Both Shiro and Kuro also feature an ivory-effect dashboard and lighter seat trim to add a touch of glamour inside.
Extra equipment includes parking sensors with parking space measurement, heated front seats and climate control. Nissan Connect, an integrated satellite navigation system, is available as an option for just £400.
As a finishing touch, both Kuro and Shiro will have a special badge placed on the tailgate.
The normally-aspirated 1.2-litre engine and the impressive new supercharged DIG-S unit are available in the special editions, with a choice of manual or CVT transmission.
Prices start at £11,550 for a 1.2-litre manual; order books are now open.