Nissan 370Z coupe updated for 2018

Nissan has refreshed the long-serving 370Z sports car with some visual upgrades and a few mechanical tweaks.

Nissan has revealed an updated version of its 370Z coupe for 2018, with the bulk of changes focusing on cosmetic tweaks in a bid to keep it looking fresh-faced against the likes of the new Jaguar F-Type and Porsche 718 Cayman

Visually, Nissan has added black door handles and a black rear bumper, while tinted head and rear lamps are now standard. New 19-inch alloy wheels have also been fitted along with a new red exterior finish on the options list. Inside, a seven-inch touchscreen featuring sat-nav, DVD player and a rear-view camera is standard on GT as well as Nismo models.

Mechanical changes are few and far between, but Nissan has added a EXEDY high-performance clutch to models fitted with a six-speed manual gearbox - the option of a seven-speed auto remains. Under the bonnet the same 324bhp 3.7-litre V6 engine powers the rear wheels, while a 'refined' suspension system completes the round of changes.

The updated 370Z is on sale now priced from £29,185 in the UK. 

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