Nissan’s coupe offerings are some of the most notable for sports car enthusiasts. Its 2018 coupe line includes the 370Z and the GT-R, both of which are sport-tuned and ready to hit the track. They also both received modest updates for the new model year. The 370Z received its first significant upgrade in several years with some changes to its design, including tweaks to the front fascia, new wheel designs, and extra exterior paint options. Nissan also retuned the powertrain for better acceleration and torque. The 370Z is available in five trims for 2018, including the top-tier NISMO Tech with a six-speed manual, Recaro sport seats, and a chin spoiler. The GT-R gets a new base-level trim known as Pure, which offers drivers a more affordable way to snag the ultra-performance car with standard features like navigation, keyless entry, and a rearview camera. New also this year is Apple integration for the GT-R’s infotainment system.