Nissan Motorsport (NISMO) have taken the 370z and turned it into a harder edged coupe.
The V6 gets an additional 13 bhp for a small improvement in performance, while suspension is stiffened for a tauter ride and improved braking.
To differentiate it from the base 370z, the Nismo features a revised aerokit with rear diffuser and bespoke alloys. Inside there are Recaro buckets with red accents and alcantara steering wheel.
As with all the Nismos, you pay a hefty premium, in this case an additional £10k. It may look the part, but the jury is out on whether it represents value for money.