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More details on the Nismo-enhanced Nissan 370Z

 

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Image reveals new sports bodykit and 19in LMZ forged alloy wheels

Image reveals new sports bodykit and 19in LMZ forged alloy wheels

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Last month we showed you a leaked image of the upcoming Nismo enhanced 2009 Nissan 370Z, and now we have official details for the tuner’s ‘S-Tune’ package. While the teaser image we showed you earlier featured the rear of the car with a sizeable fixed rear wing, full bodykit and a new rear diffuser with an integrated brake light, the latest images reveal what the front and side of the Nismo S-Tune 370Z will look like.

Nismo, short for Nissan Motorsport, is the Japanese carmaker’s official in-house tuner and has been designing and building performance parts for various Nissan vehicles for years. Nismo’s most recent performance package was for the already formidable GT-R, which included a whole assortment of performance parts ranging from power mods, to aerodynamic aids, and even interior trim.

The new 370Z will likely feature a similar lineup of Nismo accessories. Some of the confirmed options include a nose piece extension, a front lip spoiler, side skirts, a rear spoiler, rear fender protectors, Nismo floor mats, a stainless steel exhaust system, Nismo LMZ5 19in forged wheels, stiffer suspension, and uprated brakes.

We also have images from a Japanese catalog that shows both a Nismo S-Tune ‘Aero’ and ‘Performance’ kit, as well as what appears to be a pricing list at the end. The pricing list also makes reference to an 'S' version, a 'T' version and an 'ST' version, and the final pricing for the cars appears to fall into the vicinity of ¥3.5 million (approximately $35,600) depending on what spec is chosen.

The standard 370Z is scheduled to make its official debut at next month’s Los Angeles Auto Show and is set to go on sale early next year.
Via: 370Ztech and The 370Z

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  1. That makes a great argument for buying the new Z.
     
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  2. Lose the big wing, looks too junky.
     
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  3. theres somthing about the shape of this car i dont like... i think it needs to be a tiny bit longer at the rear...some angles it looks good and others it looks weird, its bugging me! thats why i wouldnt buy one
     
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  4. The 4th picture mentions about availability of SYNCRO REV on Version ST and S models. It overrevs the engine electronically during downshift and upshift to achieve smoother shifting - the catalog says it replaces the heel-toe action of professional driver. The feature can be turned off for uninterrupted shifting.

    Sounds pretty cool - even though only available on few trims. They say it's the first in the world.
     
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  5. I dont like it, and they should of stuck with the 350, this is hideous compared to the 350Z. They could of just add some modifications to the 350 instead of replacing it with a new one. Whats wrong with making the 350- last a decade. Its so stylish, I bet it could be in the trend until 2012.
     
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  6. Boring
     
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