The changes include a subtly revised front end, with a new bumper design incorporating a pair of vertical LED daytime running lights. The distinctive air intake in the middle is now more rounded and loses the ‘fangs’ that marked out the old car.
Nissan says the four-year-old model has also been treated to other improvements inside and out, including new 18-inch alloys and a set of new paint colours.
But the changes are purely cosmetic, as the updated car makes do with the same 322bhp, 3.7-litre V6 as the outgoing car. That said, it still represents a great-value package when you consider it can sprint from 0-62mph in just 5.5 seconds.
The revised Nissan 370Z Coupe and Roadster will be available to buy from early next year, priced from around £28,000.