The automaker has revealed few updates about its legendary sports car that will be slightly different from the new 2013 370Z, which was unveiled at Chicago Auto Show.
What It Is?
The manufacturer has added LED day time running lights and a red reflector at the rear replaces the black cover; new color options, such as midnight blue and magma blue are offered.
The standard coupe is mounted on 18-in wheels, while the sport package comes with 19-in alloy wheels, revised ‘Euro tuned’ absorber, and red brake calipers. The new 370Z NISMO edition doesn’t receive enhanced front/rear fascia.
When compared to the current edition, it gets new Bose audio system with two subwoofers and speakers. It also gets some part of style from GT-R with performance liquid pipes and high stiffness brake.
For those who find it hard to read the gas gauge, there is good news as the newer version gets a dark finish trim assisting in easy reading.
No Change in Engine Specs
Both coupe and convertible editions will be equipped with a 332hp 3.7-L V6 engine, mated either to 7-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmission. The new NISMO edition will feature 350hp 3.7-L V6 engine, coupled with a 6-speed manual gearbox.
The new Nissan 370Z 2014 will go on the floor in mid 2013. Stay tuned for new updates.