Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Nissan 370Z Coupe [VIDEO]

The seventh generation of Nissan's iconic sports car. Despite rumors of a 240 Z reboot, a downsized Z is unlikely, as Nissan doesn't have an appropriate architecture to refashion the Z into a lighter, less expensive sports car akin to the Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ twins. Expect a concept car appearing in the next 18 months to indicate a new design direction. The styling will break with the immediate past even as the rest of the package steams ahead on much the same course.
The 2013 Nissan 370Z receives a revised front fascia with LED daytime running lights and a new red reflector for the rear fascia that replaces the black center cover. The 370Z coupe receives new 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels. The Sport Package for both the coupe and roadster includes a new 19-inch wheel design, red brake calipers and Euro-tuned sport shocks. The NISMO 370Z offers a new available Bose Package with six speakers, in-dash 6-disc CD changer and Bluetooth hands-free phone connectivity
It’s lower, wider, lighter, and more powerful than ever before. The 2014 370Z® is packed with performance: 332 horsepower, 14" disc brakes, paddle shifters, and a perfect 53/47 weight distribution. We’ve been refining the 370Z® for more than 40 years. Enjoy the results
Dual Exhaust
A free-flow dual exhaust combined with H-pipe configuration reduces back pressure up to 30%. The result: responsive upper-end power for an exhilarating redline rush and an exhaust note that’s pure performance.
Engine
Combine the Variable Valve Event and Lift (VVEL®) technology with a free-flowing dual exhaust to reduce back pressure and ultimately increase high-end power. Listen to the deep, mellow rumble turn into an unmistakable battle cry as it revs to its 7,400 RPM redline. Feel the exhilaration of responsive power that proves this 370Z® is truly for the pure performance aficionado.
PRICE: Early 2015, with a base price just under $35,000.