Nissan’s iconic Zed car has been given a makeover, if a minor one.
The 370Z now features smoked front and rear lights, with a smoked finish for the exterior door handles and new design 19-inch alloys.
There’s also a richer shade of red that replaces the superseded Bordeaux.
Available as a coupe or soft-top roadster, the coupe accounts for an amazing 95 per cent of sales.
Prices start at $49,990 for the 6-speed manual, which now gets a high-performance EXEDY clutch that makes it more responsive and fun to drive.
There’s also a 7-speed auto for $52,490.
The Roadster kicks off at $60,990.
The 370Z is powered by a 3.7-litre, six cylinder petrol engine that kicks out 245kW of power at 7000 revs and 363Nm of torque at 5200 revs, with fuel consumption figures of 10.4L/100km.
With almost 4200 domestic sales since its April 2009 debut, the Nissan 370Z is fitted with Nissan’s Premium Braking System, Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC), Anti-lock Braking (ABS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist (BA) and dual front, side and curtain airbags.
Satellite Navigation with 3D mapping and 7.0-inch integrated colour touch screen, sports leather accented seats and Bluetooth is also standard.