The Nissan 370Z Roadster will cost from £29,900 when it goes on sale in March.
All versions will feature the same 3.7-litre V6 engine found in the Coupe, developing 324bhp. Nissan says the Roadster has been designed individually from the Coupe, which means performance isn't compromised by the extra weight of the folding roof.
The Roadster line-up will include two trim variants; standard and GT Pack, which will be available with a choice of six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic transmissions.
Standard models will feature 18-inch alloy wheels, electrically-adjustable seats, an engine start/stop button, Bluetooth connectivity with steering-wheel mounted controls and Bi Xenon headlamps as standard, whilst GT pack models add black suede and leather seats, an 8-speaker BOSE audio system, 19-inch forged alloy wheels and cruise control.
Topping the Roadster range is the GT Pack with sat nav which starts from £36,150.
Nissan has also increased the price of its 2010 370Z Coupe range by £500 meaning the base model now starts from £28,000.