If Nissan’s newly-updated 370Z were a game it would be the type that requires you to spot the subtle differences between two largely identical images. To borrow various clichés, the changes for 2013 are “subtle” and “evolutionary,” rather than the type likely to grab your immediate attention.
Not that this necessarily matters, as the outgoing model was a pretty striking design that doesn’t need many changes to stay fresh.
So, for the 2013 update making its debut today at the Chicago Auto Show, the most significant changes include:
- A refreshed front fascia with vertical LED daytime running lights;
- Revised 19-inch aluminum allow wheels on the Sport Package and new 18-inch wheels for the 370Z Coupe;
- Euro-tuned shocks on the Sport Package models; and
- Two new exterior colors: Magma Red and Midnight Blue.