Nissan releases special 370Z ‘Black Edition’

Nissan releases special 370Z ‘Black Edition’

Nissan is releasing a special edition model to celebrate the 40th anniversary of its iconic Datsun 240Z. The Nissan 370Z Black Edition will be limited to just 370 units all coupes, and will all be painted in either black or quartz.

So what extras are on offer? The car will ride on 19-inch forged aluminum RAYS rims in dark grey, which cover brake calipers painted in red.  On the interior, red leather and suede is used for the door inserts and seats.  The red theme is also repeated on the stitching of the dark grey leather-wrapped steering wheel, as well as the centre control stack and instruments.  Special logos and badging are mandatory and can be found on the seats, and on the exterior.  The car’s infotainment consists of a sat-nav, seven-inch touchscreen, Bose audio system, hard drive and USB port.

No real performance mods have been made and like the stock model, the special edition gets Nissan’s 241 kW 3.7-liter V6 engine.  With a manual transmission the car hits 100 km/h in 5.3 seconds on its way to an electronically-limited 250kph top speed.

The Nissan 370Z Black Edition has just become avaiilable for order in the UK.  It won’t come cheap over there and pricing begins at £33,645 ($76,500 NZ). Nissan expects to be making deliveries by April.

Nissan is releasing a special edition model to celebrate the 40th anniversary of its iconic Datsun 240Z. The Nissan 370Z Black Edition will be limited to just 370 units all coupes, and will all be painted in either black or quartz.

So what extras are on offer? The car will ride on 19-inch forged aluminum RAYS rims in dark grey, which cover brake calipers painted in red.  On the interior, red leather and suede is used for the door inserts and seats.  The red theme is also repeated on the stitching of the dark grey leather-wrapped steering wheel, as well as the centre control stack and instruments.  Special logos and badging are mandatory and can be found on the seats, and on the exterior.  The car’s infotainment consists of a sat-nav, seven-inch touchscreen, Bose audio system, hard drive and USB port.

No real performance mods have been made and like the stock model, the special edition gets Nissan’s 241 kW 3.7-liter V6 engine.  With a manual transmission the car hits 100 km/h in 5.3 seconds on its way to an electronically-limited 250kph top speed.

The Nissan 370Z Black Edition has just become avaiilable for order in the UK.  It won’t come cheap over there and pricing begins at £33,645 ($76,500 NZ). Nissan expects to be making deliveries by April.

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