One for the trendy clubbers perhaps? This is the Nissan Juke Ministry of Sound, a product of a joint effort between – you guessed it – Nissan and London-based club music experts Ministry of Sound (check out an earlier collaboration here).

Limited to just 250 examples in the UK, the car features a black-and-white colour scheme, with a B-pillar in high-gloss black and 17-inch alloys, wing mirrors and door handles in white. Inside, the door trims, centre console and stitching on the leather seats, steering wheel and gear gaiter are also white.

Buyers will receive an exclusive Music Pack, which comprises a white 8GB iPod Touch that has Nissan and Ministry of Sound logos engraved on the back, a self-healing iPod case with Nissan’s Scratch Shield paint technology, a pair of Ministry of Sound headphones and an activation code for VIP access to the Ministry of Sound music store.

For a shade under £18k (RM90k), the car can be ordered with any engine and drivetrain in the current Juke range, and comes in either Metallic Black or Solid White. It will officially debut at the Moscow International Motor Show, which is happening next week.