Nissan 370Z Roadster was the star of last weekend's Goodwood Revival, along with the finest and most recongisable models of the biggest UK new car producer, the high value model showcased its high performance levels to the growing crowd of Britain Z-lovers.

The UK sales of the stunning new 370Z Roadster will start from March next year and the prices are still to be announced. With more than just a brute force, the Nissan's convertible combines the latest technology heights for improved efficiency and drivability. 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.

Unlike some of the other convertibles, the 370Z Roadster maintains its sleek appearance with the roof up or down. The soft top not only provides a quick and easy one-motion closed-open movement, but it has also been designed to minimise wind noise when both up and down.

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