Other exterior changes include side skirts with red pin-striping, 19-inch alloy wheels in two tones and a small rear spoiler borrowed from a GT model.
Unfortunately, fans are actually divided on the 2015 changes. Some like the new front end while others say they wanted the big factory rear wing, which is now gone. Removing that will probably increase the top speed of the car, but the tradeoff is a reduction of downforce.
New Cogs for the ZPower continues to come from the 3.7-liter V6, but Nismo now offers this with an optional 7-speed automatic transmission with Downshift Rev Matching, Adaptive Shift Control and a manual mode via steering wheel mounted paddles.
Peak power for the 370Z Nismo continues to come in at 350 hp and 276 lb-ft (374 Nm) of torque. It's by no means a GT-R, but 18 hp more than your standard 370Z ensures bragging rights straight from your local dealer's lot.
Racing Buckets!Moving on to the cabin, Nismo now offers the Z with Recaro bucket seats covered in leather and red alcantara. Also fitted is a alcantara-wrapped steering wheel and a red tachometer. Optionally available on the 2015 model is the "Tech" package, which adds a Bose audio system, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a 7-inch touchscreen display with GPS navigation.
No word on pricing yet, though that will likely come in July, when the 2015 Nissan 370Z Nismo hits the streets.