In keeping with the West Sussex event's historical theme, the 370Z Roadster will see the light of day in Britain for the first time alongside some of Nissan's most recognisable performance models of the past. In addition to the 21st century crowd pulling power of the latest GT-R supercar, the legendary 240Z will provide an insight into the Z-car bloodline while the original Skyline (the KPGC10) will also be on display.
Buyers will have a choice of two new transmissions: a close-ratio 6-speed manual or a 7-speed automatic. Like the 370Z coupe, the manual Roadster will be available with SynchroRev Match which automatically controls and adjusts engine speed when shifting to the exact speed of the next gear position, effectively blipping the throttle for the smoothest possible changes.
Paul Willcox, MD of Nissan Motor (GB) Ltd comments: "The famous Goodwood Revival gives us the perfect stage to show the 370Z Roadster off to the public for the first time. Nissan has a strong and lengthy performance car heritage which is what makes our sports models so special today. We can't wait to get the Roadster on sale in Britain and this gives potential buyers a sneak preview".
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