Following the debut of Juke Nismo at last year’s Paris Motor Show, Nissan has unveiled the European spec 370Z Nismo ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.
The 370Z Nismo will be available only as a coupe with a six-speed manual gearbox, featurinh extensive engineering and styling enhancements.
The front end features a more aggressive design improving airflow under the car, as well as stability at higher speeds and through corners. Other updates to the exterior include Nismo red pinstripe lines, new rear spoiler, dark grey Nismo 19-inch forged alloy wheels with red brake calipers and wider high performance tyres are also fitted.
Inside, the 370Z Nismo shows a new steering wheel finished in alcantara and leather, electric sports seats with special Nismo badging and red stitching.
3.7-litre V6 engine is modified to deliver 339bhp, up from 323bhp in the standard car. Torque is up from 363Nm to 371Nm. 0-62mph time is now 5.2 seconds (a tenth of a second improvement).
Other notable updates compared to the standard car include high rigidity brake hoses, high performance brake fluid from the R35 GT-R and an exclusive Nismo dual exhaust system.