Nissan has revealed the prices for the new Nissan 370Z coupe, which is due on sale in the UK in July.
The base Nissan 370Z will cost £26,895 and gets 18-inch alloys, climate control and Bluetooth connectivity.
The second of the three available trim levels, called the GT Pack, adds heated suede and leather seats, a Bose sound system and 19-inch alloys, while the range-topping GT Ultimate trim level has sat-nav and higher-quality cabin trim.
An automatic seven-speed gearbox is also available as a £1400 option.
Nissan 370Zs specified with the GT Pack and GT Ultimate trims will also come with Nissan’s new Synchro Rev Control – the first system of its kind to use a manual gearbox that matches engine revs during upshifts and downshifts.
The GT Pack will cost £30,195 on the new Nissan 370Z, £1700 less than the GT Ultimate trim, which completes the range at £31,895.
The Nissan 370Z will also be available with self-healing Scratch Shield metallic paint, a £450 option that allows small paint scratches to ‘heal’ thanks to a special elastic resin in the clear topcoat.