REVISED 370Z RANGE DELIVERS EVEN GREATER VALUE, STYLE AND ENTERTAINMENT TO DRIVING ENTHUSIASTS
- Revised versions of Nissan's exciting 370Z Coupe and Roadster to debut at Paris Motor Show
- Detail enhancements include new front bumper, Daytime Running Lights and new optional 19-inch alloy wheels
- Two new body colours: Meguma Red and Midnight Blue
- Red-painted brake callipers
PARIS (27 September, 2012) Nissan's iconic 370Z range is now more thrilling than ever thanks to a package of revisions that confirm its status as one of the most exciting and best-value sports cars on the market.
Set to make its public debut at the 2012 Paris Motor Show (29 Sept - 14 October), the new 370Z features a number of detail improvements that make it even more of a tempting proposition for driving fans.
Thanks to its classic rear-wheel-drive layout and timeless sports car styling, the 370Z remains a favourite with drivers looking for genuine performance and an affordable price. Two eye-catching new colours - Meguma Red and Midnight Blue - have been added to the colourpallette, while a new 19-inch alloy wheel design is now available as an option.
With a striking swirl design, the forged aluminium rims give the 370Z an even more powerful look, and provide a great view of another new feature - red brake callipers. Standard on both the coupe and roadster, they add a dash of motorsport-inspired colour to the 370Z's distinctive profile. In addition, coupe models will be fitted with the same 18-inch wheel design currently offered on the Roadster.
The front bumper has also been reworked, and now incorporates LED Daytime Running Lights in a bold vertical strip ahead of the front wheel arches. This gives the revised model a more striking lighting signature while also providing greater visibility.
Inside, the revised 370Z retains the high quality materials and generous equipment levels of the original model. The only key addition is a new instrument binnacle that now features a black background.
All other elements of the superbly appointed 370Z remain unchanged. Both the Coupe and Roadster are powered by the same 328PS, 3.7-litre V6 engine, and benefit from the same high specification. Thanks to engineering innovations such as Syncro Rev Control - the world's first fully synchronised down/up shift rev control system -the 370Z continues to be one of the most exciting yet accessible sports cars in its sector.
The first deliveries of the new 370Z are scheduled for October 2012.