Nissan has announced its new 370Z will be available from 26,895 when online sales start on February 2.
The 370Z will be available in three trim versions: entry-level 370Z, GT Pack and GT Ultimate.
The entry-level 370Z is priced at 26,895, just 1395 more expensive than its 350Z predecessor, and comes equipped with adjustable seats, curtain airbags, climate control, 18-inch alloy wheels and automatic xenon headlamps.
GT Pack models will cost 30,195, but add cruise control and Syncro Rev Control - a new system that makes gearshifts faster and smoother. Buyers will also get 19-inch alloys, heated seats trimmed in black suede and leather, and a six-speaker Bose stereo.
The range-topping GT Ultimate costs 31,895 and will include suede and leather seats and sat-nav. The stereo also gains MP3 compatibility.
Other options include a new seven-speed automatic gearbox with Downshift Rev Matching, which is designed to offer quick, manual-like shifting when it's operated in manual mode. The auto gearbox will cost 1400.
Potential buyers can register their interest, watch films and download a special widget, which will then automatically notify them of new developments, by logging on to Nissan-370z.co.uk.