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2010 NISMO 370Z

The 2010 Nissan 370Z, tuned by NISMO, was built with muscle and fueled by adrenaline.  A bit over the top, but as you can imagine, this car hauls and shows just how far NISMO can take Nissan sports cars.  Thanks to their after market parts and accessories, NISMO pushed the 2010 370Z to just over 350 horsepower and over 260 lb ft of torque.

Highlights of the NISMO package on the 2010 Z:

  • NISMO Dual Exhuast
  • Sport Brakes
  • Tuned NISMO Suspension
  • NISMO Strut Tower Brace
  • NISMO Body Design
  • 19″ Forged Aluminum Alloy Wheels
  • Special NISMO Interior Trim

The NISMO 370Z is the highest end 370Z you can purchase, above the standard and 370Z Touring edition.  Other than performance, it’s easy to see the difference between the 370Z models.  The NISMO edition just looks racy, with wide body, big spoiler, and aggressive stance.  It takes the already sporty 370Z and adds a whole new level, the likes of which look right at home on any race track.

Fans of Nissan aren’t the only ones impressed with the 2010 370Z.  Thanks to rigorous research and development, the 2010 370Z has won some of the highest automotive awards available.  For 2010 the 370Z received Best Resale Value by Kelly Blue Book, Best Buy Award by Consumers Digest, and Best of What’s New by Popular Science.

Download a 2010 370Z brochure from The-Grayline.com by clicking on the image below:

NISMO Z Brochure

NISMO Z Brochure

Nurburgring Special Edition Nissan 370Z

US residents need not apply, the 2009 Nissan 370Z Nurburgring Special Edition will only be available in Europe.  Special consideration is being given to this 370Z because of the cars contribution to the 24 hour race last month.  Although there are no major engine overhauls on this special edition, there are a few tweeks that make it a worthwhile purchase.

Most notable difference between the Nurburgring Special Edition 370Z and regular 370Z is the exhaust.  This special edition will get a higher performance exhaust system to accompany the unchanged 3.7 liter V6.  Also, there will be an upgraded set of rims and tires, with 19″ OZ racing rims.

The special edition 370Z will only be available in the color Yellow.  So, close your eyes and imagine the car picture below in bright racing Yellow with some fancy schmancy rims.  Basically, that’s all it takes to pump out a special edition nowadays.  This comes with a price tag of over $71,000 and a limit of only 80 will be made.  Time to go stand in line.

370z Nurburgring Race Car

370z Nurburgring Race Car

09 Nissan 370Z Officially Named

We’ve been speculating since May what the successor to the Nissan 350Z would offically be called and today we finally find out.  The 2009 Nissan 370Z is the offical name form Nissan and standard edition will be bearing the 3.7l V6 engine.  So no more speculation on names, it’s done, and those that wanted 350Z^2 lose the bet.

Nissan is still working on a convertible version, but expect the coupe to be displayed at the Los Angeles Auto Show later this year.  Check out the official Nissan pictures of the 09 370Z below.

New 370Z Spy Pic

Have you heard that Nissan is planning on beefing up their latest 350Z car?  If not then you need to jump on the Nissan rumor train, because the next evolution of the 350Z will be the 370Z.  The follow up to the 350Z is rumored to be lighter, nimbler, and more powerful to offer a more sporty over all experience.

Thanks to the boys over at Motor Trend it looks like we have found our first spy shot of the 370Z.

350Z to 370Z

350Z on eBay

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