Nissan’s updated 370Z sports coupé features refreshed styling and a higher-spec infotainment system.
The 370Z sports coupé has undergone a facelift for 2018 in international markets. The car features a higher-performance clutch from Exedy (a performance part maker). Nissan says this "perfects the downshift" by "reducing pedal effort and increasing gear change precision". Mechanically, there are no changes – the car uses the same 333hp, 3.7-litre, V6 engine.
The 370Z gets subtle design tweaks on the outside, including tinted lights, new 19-inch alloys and a new metallic red paint option. The company revealed the updated car at the previous New York motor show. On the inside, there’s now a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with sat-nav and a reversing camera as standard.
The car has been on sale in international markets for nine years and the company sells it in India as a CBU, however it discontinued sales of the 370Z here in 2014.