Nissan's revamped 370Z has just shown up in Germany, perhaps in preparation for some testing on the Nürburgring. Despite the black paint and the heavy rains, the Z's new shape is clearly apparent here. The Maxima-inspired boomerang headlight design appears to be in play, and a similar treatment has been given to the Z-car's tail-lights, as well. We'll continue to monitor the Z's testing regimen, in case some 'Ring hot laps are also on the agenda.
Those KGP spies stationed over in Germany on the edge of the Nurburgring have spotted the Nissan 370Z testing near the famed Nurburgring (is there anywhere else to test in Germany?), obviously getting in a few last laps before next month's unveil at the LA Auto Show. These images clearly show the new Nissan will be following the lead of the Maxima with those wacky "boomerang" headlights which are also mirrored in the tail lights. We also see hints of a more aggressive front-end treatment and radically revised side glass, most evident in the new quarter windows which act as a throwback to the original Datsun 240Z. Heck, we can even sense a bit of family resemblance to the Nissan GT-R in the roof line. Full spy report after the jump.