The company has put together all of its parts for the new coupe to form the 370Z Sport Concept, and although no major modifications were made to the engine, Cobra N+ says its aerodynamic and handling enhancements make all the difference.
To reduce unsprung weight, engineers have developed lightweight wheels measuring 19in and shod with Pirelli rubber. The wheels are linked to stiffer-than-stock springs which lower the ride of the 370Z by 30 mm. An additional coilover suspension kit varies the ride height between 20 and 40mm on front and rear axle.
Other parts include a new carbon-fiber front bumper insert, a new rear diffuser insert surrounding the exhaust pipes, and a high-flow muffler. For the interior, customers will be able to order special carbon-fiber-look scuff plates.
The new performance parts will be offered through Nissan dealers in Japan only for now, and pricing is yet to be revealed.