Revised Nissan 370Z unveiled in Paris

  • Roadster and coupe revised
  • New wheels, bumpers and LED running lights
  • Choice of new body colours
More from the Paris Motor Show 2012
More from the Paris Motor Show 2012
The face-lifted Nissan 370Z makes its debut at the 2012 Paris motor show this week.

Both the Coupe and Roadster models have been face-lifted, and the changes are purely cosmetic.

There are two new body colours to choose from, Meguma red and Midnight blue, and there’s a new 19-inch alloy wheel design available as an option.

Red brake callipers are now standard on both variants, and there's a new front bumper that incorporates LED daytime running lights.

The 370Z’s interior stays the same, except for a new instrument panel featuring a black background. There’s the same 3.7-litre V6 engine under the bonnet, producing 324bhp.

First deliveries of the revised car will be in October 2012.

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By Rory White

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