Nissan, before this year’s Motor Show in Chicago, has prepared a slightly polished edition of its 370Z sports car, which will continue to be available in Coupe, Roadster and NISMO versions. The changes are not numerous, and most include a revised front bumper with vertical LED daytime running lights, new design alloy wheels of 18 inches, and two new exterior colors, Magma Red and Midnight Blue.
370Z with Sport Package has a new 19-inch alloy wheels, red brake pliers and new shocks, while NISMO 370Z features a new Bose Premium Audio Package with two additional speakers and two subwoofers, as well as gun metallic aluminum wheels of 19 inches. In the engine range is no change, so 370Z Coupe and Roadster will be powered by the 3.7-liter V6 with 332Hp while NISMO 370Z engine will be with 350Hp.
All these design cues provide a sleek aerodynamic shape, a spectacular cantilevered roof and excellent visual prominence. Nissan has declared starting prices for the 2013 Z line-up with the coupe version starting at $33,120, the roadster at $41,470, and the NISMO models priced at $43,020.