The exterior, unlike the 350Z, was designed from the start to work with convertible proportions, so the curvy flanks and folding soft-top, covered by a two-hump hard cover when down, fit like they ought to. The coupe has a somewhat short-tailed look, though both versions share the same wide stance and low-slung, aggressively sport demeanor.
A NISMO edition is also available, which as it does with performance, turns the styling up a notch. Unique wheels, plus front, side, and rear aerodynamic work give the NISMO 370Z an even more aggressive, track-ready look. Inside, the NISMO gets some special styling and badges. It's not everyone's cup of tea, but it fits its mission.
In general the 370Z's interior is more sophisticated and refined than its predecessor's, while still adhering to familiar Z-car themes.