Nissan has released details of a special edition 370Z designed the celebrate the Z-car’s 50th anniversary.
Due to break cover at the 2017 New York motor show next week, the 370Z Heritage Edition will preview the 2018 model update.
The exterior gets a once over with new headlights and taillights, chrome door handles, a fresh paint scheme on the rear fascia and a new Exedy high-performance clutch in the manual variant.
Power comes from a 3.7-litre V6 petrol engine that produces 248kW and is paired to either a seven-speed automatic or a six-speed manual.
Buyers will have the choice of two exterior colour options – yellow and black – with the former featuring black wing mirrors, yellow interior trim and exterior gloss black 370Z graphics, while the latter scores silver 370Z exterior graphics and yellow interior trim
The Nissan 370Z Heritage Edition is set to go on sale overseas just after its debut in April while in Australia 370Z fans can expect to see a Nismo-tuned variant arrive locally in 2018.