Three versions of the 370Z are available: Coupe, Roadster, and NISMO. All three share the same basic styling, though each has its own notable traits. The Coupe combines a clear sports car profile with aggressive, but not overstated details. The Roadster shares much of its shape with the Coupe, but thanks to its power-retracting soft top, gives a more muscular and sensuous appearance with the top lowered. With the top up, the lines are still relatively sleek and sporty; there's none of the awkwardness of the previous-generation 350Z Roadster.
The 2014 370Z NISMO model adds a strong dose of race-inspired aggression to the aerodynamics package, as well as larger wheels and tires. The end result is a car that's clearly more oriented toward high-performance driving, but also one that calls attention in a manner not everyone will like.
The cabins of all 370Zs are rather similar, with simple but pleasing designs and a functional, purpose-oriented theme. Materials and styling are greatly upgraded from previous-generation Z cars, but the upper end of the Z's range is restricted in its plushness to leave space for Nissan's premium-brand coupe, the Infiniti Q60.