Nissan has strengthened its NISMO road car range with the release of a comprehensively updated 370Z NISMO. Following hot in the wheel-tracks of the flagship GT-R NISMO, the new 370Z incorporates a host of design and engineering improvements making it the sportiest and most focused 370Z to date.
The big changes are mainly cosmetic, with the highlights being part of a redesigned front bumper – which incorporates extra cooling and the LED daytime running lights – combined with a smaller rear spoiler.
The 370Z NISMO has always been a head-turner, and with the introduction of a bolder, more powerful new look, it has even greater curb appeal. What’s more, the force is now more evenly distributed over the front and rear axles, giving a more balanced feeling on the road. Nissan’s calculations confirm that the new aerodynamic system introduced on the 370Z NISMO gives it more downforce than any of its sector rivals.
To meet the demands of owners who like to fully exploit the 370Z performance and chassis, the new model features new Recaro seats that offer significant improvements in support and comfort. The new seats have been tailored specifically for use in the 370Z NISMO and feature a host of detail changes to deliver maximum support for drivers. Every aspect of the seat and its position within the car has been analyzed by Nissan to create the perfect driving position.
The revised 370Z NISMO also features new 19-inch Rays alloy wheels finished in black and silver. The 370Z NISMO still continues with the 340bhp 3.7-litre V6 engine and that remains unchanged, the 0-62mph sprint takes 5.2 seconds while the top speed is limited to 155mph.