It’s a small hatch with a big bang! And we mean literally a big loud bang. After all, the new Nissan Micra BOSE Personal Edition just unfurled at the 2017 Geneva International Motor Show features the latest in premium in-car audio technology.
As you might have guessed and as the moniker indicates, this edition of the fourth generation Nissan Micra supermini is loaded with premium audio technology courtesy of one of the leaders in this aspect, BOSE. Made to celebrate the carmaker’s partnership with BOSE, the Nissan Micra BOSE Personal Edition – derived from the Tekna trim of the supermini -- promises to bring an immersive listening experience coming from all angles, especially for the driver.
This is because this special edition of the supermini features BOSE Personal sound system, which the audio specialist has specifically designed and developed for the Nissan Micra. This Personal sound system is accompanied by twin BOSE UltraNearfield speakers that have been integrated into the headrest of the driver’s seat.
With BOSE signal processing helping create the ultimate audio experience, drivers could also have the sound personalized according to their preferences. This can be done through the BOSE PersonalSpace Control feature that helps drivers adjust the way the audio system delivers sound. For instance, the driver could have the sound channeled only to the front cabin. Likewise, the driver could have the sound be experienced optimally by all occupants, both on the front and rear cabins.
Two engine options are available for the Nissan Micra BOSE Personal Edition: a 0.9-liter three-cylinder downsized turbo petrol engine that develops 90 PS, and the 1.5-liter turbodiesel engine with 90 PS.
Nissan will commence sales of the Nissan Micra BOSE Personal Edition this summer in Europe, with only 3,000 examples up for grabs.