Nissan is determined to enhance its image as a sports car manufacturer. The Nissan 370Z sportscar which is offered as a coupe and a roadster variant in the global markets is going to get a facelift in near future. The 2013 Nissan 370Z will be introduced for the first time at the 2012 Chicago Motor Show with considerable changes along the exteriors of the car. The LED daytime running vertical fog lamps will be a standard feature in the new Nissan 370Z sportscar making up for the changes in the front end of the car, while the rear end gets the red colored reflector replacing the black smudge; a fuel gauge meter and two brand new colors across all the variants of Magma Red and Midnight Blue.
Specific to the Nissan 370Z coupe devoid of the sports package will be the 18” alloy wheels, while the Nissan 370Z sportscar variants get a 19” alloy wheels more suited for the sportscar versions, new Brake callipers in red and Euro-tuned shock absorbers. While that was about the global news, focusing on the India-specific news, Nissan India offers just the Nissan 370Z coupe priced at Rs 53.50 lakh with a 3.7 L V6 engine churning out 332 Bhp and 370 Nm of peak power and torque with a six speed manual and a 7 -speed automatic gearboxes. However, it might be interesting to see if Nissan India might decide to bring in the sportscar package for the Nissan 370Z facelift as and when it makes it to India. This said, the Nissan 370Z roadster and the Fairlady Z variants are not offered in India at present. The sportscar will be unveiled at the 2012 Chicago Motor Show and will be available in markets across the world over the next few months.