This is the Euro-facelift Nissan 370Z currently on display in Paris, and if you feel like playing a game of spot-the-difference to liven up a dreary weekday, put pictures of this and the pre-facelift 370Z side-by-side, spot away and then read on to see if you got them all…

Right, there’s a reworked front bumper with a more rounded air intake and vertical daytime-running LEDs. The brake callipers, which hide behind new optional 19-inch alloy wheels, are now painted red. Two new exterior hues have been added to the menu: Meguma Red and Midnight Blue. Inside, the only change is a new instrument panel with a black background. That’s it. It’s more a minor refresh, really.

The 328 PS 3.7 litre V6 will continue to serve both coupe and roadster models, with manual transmission versions still getting Nissan’s world-first Syncro Rev Match. Deliveries of the 370Z facelift are expected to begin next month, with Auto Express reporting a UK price tag of around £28k (RM140k).