Upgraded Nissan 370Z to debut in Tokyo image

The Japanese based automaker Nissan is planning to unveil a new 370Z at the upcoming 2013 Tokyo Motor Show.

The announcement hasn’t been made official just yet but according to a recent report signed by the guys at the model in question is getting ready to be updated. This has absolutely no sense because the Nissan 370Z has already received a facelift a year ago and if the company would like to offer something new, that will be a new generation of the model. According to our source, the new Nissan 370Z will get some visual upgrades and what is believed to be a Nismo variant, but the company’s executive VP, Andy Palmer, declined to go into specifics.

The new Nissan 370Z is believed to get a turbocharged engine under its hood, which will be smaller in displacement than the current 3.7 liter V6, but despite its decreased size, the new unit will be as powerful as the current one, which has 332 HP (247 kW) and 365 Nm (270 lb-ft) of torque. Whether Nissan will pull the wraps off a new 370Z in Tokyo remains to be seen but for the moment, we have no other details on it.