The Nissan 370Z sports coupé has been updated for 2018.
The main change is the addition of a higher-performance clutch from performance part maker Exedy. Nissan claims this "perfects the downshift" by "reducing pedal effort and increasing gearchange precision". Mechanically, the rest of the car is unchanged.
On the exterior, subtle tweaks including tinted lights, a new 19in alloy wheel design and a new metallic red paint option. These were revealed earlier this year on the US-market 370Z Heritage edition, which was revealed at the this year's New York motor show.
Inside, the highest-spec infotainment system - a 7.0in touchscreen with sat-nav and a reversing camera - is now standard on GT models; before it was only standard on the 370Z Nismo.
The refreshed 370Z is now available to order in the UK, priced from £29,185 - the same as the current model which increased to £27,430 in January of this year, but just £2290 over the car’s original price in 2009.
At nine years old, the 370Z has been around for two to three years longer than would usually be expected of a car.