Although the Roadster isn't due to go on sale until March next year, the event will allow UK buyers to get their first look at the stunning new Z model.
The Roadster will feature the same 3.7-litre V6 engine as found in the coupe and will be available with the same transmission options - a close-ratio six-speed manual or a seven-speed automatic - as already available.
The folding soft-top opens and closes in one quick and easy movement and is also been designed to minimise wind noise when both up and down.
"The famous Goodwood Revival gives us the perfect stage to show the 370Z Roadster off to the public for the first time," said Mr Paul Willcox, MD of Nissan Motor Great Britain. "Nissan has a strong and lengthy performance car heritage which is what makes our sports models so special today. We can’t wait to get the Roadster on sale in Britain and this gives potential buyers a sneak preview."
Australian delivery timing, specifications and pricing will be announced closer to the launch.
For a full road test of the Nissan 370Z Coupe, click here.