The revised Nissan 370Z range is on display in Paris
Performance in unchanged, meaning the 370Z Nismo can still reach 62mph in 5.2 seconds
Nissan has revised the 370Z Nismo for improved aerodynamics and comfort
The 370Z Nismo is available only as a coupé with a six-speed manual gearbox
The redesigned front bumper now features a larger air intake
The rear spring and damper rates have been altered for improved ride comfort
Nissan says downforce is more evenly distributed over the front and rear axles
Other revisions to the 370Z Nismo include new 19-inch alloy wheels
The Nissan 370Z Nismo features a new bumper and spoiler design
Seats are trimmed in leather and Alcantara to match the steering wheel
New Recaro seats offer significant improvements in support and comfort
The 370Z Nismo's power is unchanged at 339bhp from its 3.7-litre six-pot
The flagship Nissan 370Z Nismo has been revised to deliver a sharper and more engaging driving experience, while the Japanese manufacturer has also improved refinement and enhanced equipment levels across the entire 370Z range. The model is on display at the Paris motor show.
The changes focus on aerodynamic and suspension tweaks, but the performance of the 370Z Nismo is unchanged, meaning it is still powered by a 339bhp, 3.7-litre six-cylinder engine and can sprint from 0-62mph in 5.2 seconds.
Available only as a coupé with a six-speed manual gearbox, the 370Z Nismo features suspension enhancements introduced as part of the updates of the entire range.
To improve ride comfort, the rear spring and damper rates have been altered, while changes to the carpets and inner rear wheel arch protector have further reduced road noise.
The exterior changes include a redesigned front bumper which features a larger air intake, additional air inlets ahead of the wheel arch and new LED daytime running lights.
At the rear, Nissan has introduced a new bumper and spoiler design. The new version features a smaller rear spoiler that works in tandem with the new front bumper to create significantly more downforce when driving at speed.
Nissan's engineers say downforce is now more evenly distributed over the front and rear axles, giving a more balanced feeling on the road.
Other updates include the introduction of black headlamp bezels, red Nismo trim at the base of the bumper, redesigned side sills and door mirrors and special Nismo badging. Revisions also include new 19-inch alloy wheels finished in black and silver.
Inside, the car features new Recaro seats that offer significant improvements in support and comfort and have been tailored specifically for the 370Z Nismo.
By adopting a new shell-based construction instead of a traditional tubular frame seat, Nissan has improved the rigidity of the seat and reduced the weight.
The new seats are trimmed in red and black leather and Alcantara to match the 370Z Nismo's steering wheel.
Nissan has also made a raft of enhancements across the 370Z range, including a new design of 18in wheels, new seats and the revised suspension also featured on the Nismo-tuned variant.
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