New model to be on display at the Revival meeting this weekend
18 September 2009

Nissan will show off its new 370Z Roadster for the first time in the UK at the Goodwood Revival Meeting, which starts today.

In keeping with the theme of the West Sussex meeting at the Goodwood race circuit, the 370Z Roadster will be on display alongside some of its Z car ancestors.

See the high-res Nissan 370Z Roadster picture gallery

The Nissan 240Z will be displayed, as will the original KPGC10 Skyline from the 1950s. The Nissan GT-R is also set to appear at the show.

Paul Willcox, MD of Nissan GB, said: “The famous Goodwood Revival gives us the perfect stage to show the 370Z Roadster off to the public for the first time.

“Nissan has a strong and lengthy performance car heritage which is what makes our sports models so special today.”

The Nissan 370Z Roadster joins the Coupe model in the range and it will go on sale next March. Power comes from a 3.7-litre V6, which can be mated to a six-speed manual or a seven-speed auto’.

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