Branew modified 370Z to debut at 2009 Tokyo Auto Salon


The Branew Nissan 370Z features a full bodykit that will be available in carbon-fiber or fiberglass

The Branew Nissan 370Z features a full bodykit that will be available in carbon-fiber or fiberglass

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Japanese tuning house Branew has revealed some early shots of its customized 2009 Nissan 370Z - two weeks before the car is due to be unveiled at the Tokyo Auto Salon. The images reveal the new 370Z with handsome aerodynamic modifications and adorned in Branew's familiar satin white coloring, complimented by large 22in chrome wheels.

The aerodynamic kit will include a custom front spoiler, side steps, a rear spoiler and a rear wing, as well as custom wheels. All the parts of the kit except for the wheels and the rear wing will be available in either carbon-fiber or fiberglass.

The custom wheels will be available in sizes ranging from 20 to 22in, however, an upgraded suspension kit should help to keep the ride comfortable and improve handling for the larger diameter. Additionally, a brake system upgrade kit is also available, along with tuning of the ECU, while an upgraded muffler will also be on offer to give the car a more engaging roar.

Branew, a company that usually focuses on luxury cars such as Mercedes Benz, Bentley and Lexus models, has recently turned its attention to Nissan's sports cars following its aero kit for the Nissan GT-R, which we reported on earlier. Rival Japanese tuning house Zele has also unveiled aerodynamic kits for the Nissan 370Z and GT-R, which will also be on display at next month’s show.

 
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