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Is this a new car? Kind of. The 370Z Nismo has been with us a little while now - alongside the Juke, it helped kicked off the rebranding of Nismo as a purveyor of heated up road cars. This is its 2015 model year spruce up, with a handful of detail changes to keep it fighting fit. New competition arrives soon in the shape of the freshly Europe-friendly Ford Mustang, lest we forget. It doesn’t look quite so OTT as before… You can thank the decrease in rear wing size for that. The outgoing Nismo 370Z had a whiff of the aftermarket about it, but swapping its behemoth bolt-on spoiler for something smaller, integrated and body-coloured has done wonders for the overall styling, as has the introduction of pert new bumpers. This is still a car that means business, but the focus is now on its wide stance and pumped arches. Even the red detailing is executed with an element of subtlety.