Nissan allows first press access to 370Z

Nissan allows first press access to 370Z

Nissan 370Z s

Although we are not quite sure how, the folks over at an American-based car magazine managed to talk Nissan into letting them drive the all-new 350Z successor, the 370Z. Images of the car have been seen before, but these were merely shots taken on camera phones from motorists who happen to see the new sports coupe out testing on public roads. So, although the new Z is still camouflaged, this is still the best look at the machine thus far.

According to the journos involved, the 370Z is a full five inches shorter in wheel base than its predecessor, and looks to be sporting Nissan’s kick-arse new VQ37VHR 3.7 litre V6 motor, which should be good for around 340hp. Full details will not be known until a complete specification list release from Nissan on the 11th of November. Make sure you check back here for the latest.

Nissan 370Z s

Although we are not quite sure how, the folks over at an American-based car magazine managed to talk Nissan into letting them drive the all-new 350Z successor, the 370Z. Images of the car have been seen before, but these were merely shots taken on camera phones from motorists who happen to see the new sports coupe out testing on public roads. So, although the new Z is still camouflaged, this is still the best look at the machine thus far.

According to the journos involved, the 370Z is a full five inches shorter in wheel base than its predecessor, and looks to be sporting Nissan’s kick-arse new VQ37VHR 3.7 litre V6 motor, which should be good for around 340hp. Full details will not be known until a complete specification list release from Nissan on the 11th of November. Make sure you check back here for the latest.

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