The facelifted Nissan 370Z has been unveiled for a while, but it’s only going on sale in Europe now. The revised line-up now includes the lightly-fettled 370Z Nismo as the top model, joining the likewise modified Juke Nismo in Nissan’s new European Nismo range.

Below the Nismo are the standard 370Z models in either Coupe or Roadster guise. Power comes from the same 3.7 litre V6 with 324 hp and 363 Nm of torque, and there’s a choice of a six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic transmissions.

Both get a restyled front bumper with daytime running lights plus two brighter colour tones – Magma Red and Midnight Blue. The GT trim option adds new 19-inch wheels with red brake calipers, while the standard car gets the 18-inchers previously exclusive to the pre-facelift Roadster model.

The 370 Nismo packs a tuned V6 with 340 hp and 371 Nm, slightly down on the American model’s 350 hp and 375 Nm to meet EU emission regulations. It’s a strictly manual affair, with standard Nismo bodykit, wheels, uprated suspension, brakes and a sports exhaust.