My brother in law sat in one at corp office and was not blown away . He said it was insanely uncomfortable and cramped
2010 LEXUS ISF / F Sport rear Sway Bar / Michelin PSS
The ISF......The perfect car for an enthusiast. It can be driven to the track, run hard all day , and then transport me hundreds of miles to home in luxury and comfort to pick up the wife for dinner and a movie....
I think I've said this before.... ok I've said it a million times.... the z32 is still, IMHO, the best Z to ever come out
Nissan needs to step it up with the Z again, the Nismo 370Z looks nice but it's not "WOW that is niiiceee!"
Totally agree, love the Z32, not a fan of the 350Z or 370Z but do respect Nissan for offering 2 different sports cars. I compared them with a Z32 when they came out and the Z32 was just so much nicer inside and out, I really like the original G35 coupe though. Didn't the Nismo make 350hp in 2009? The exterior changes are nice but it is time for a new design, the current design has not aged well, a turbo charged 4 cylinder is not a good idea either but then again with the ridiculous extreme gov mandates looming they may have no real choice anymore.
Nissan surprised fans at the recent ZDayZ gathering in North Carolina with the unveiling of the 2015 Nissan 370Z NISMO, and we now have some photos and a video taken at the event. The 370Z already had a NISMO variant but now the car’s styling has received the aggressive new look the NISMO performance division is implementing across its range, with vehicles like the Juke NISMO and GT-R NISMO having already received the treatment.
Its GT-R-inspired functional and fully integrated aerodynamic body pieces have been redesigned to provide an aggressive and more aerodynamic appearance—as well as optimizing front and rear downforce. Key changes include a new, deep front fascia with LED daytime running lights, blacked-out headlight bezels, NISMO badging, and red accents all ‘round. The unique NISMO rear spoiler has also been reshaped and downsized.
Unfortunately, there have been no upgrades under the hood. This means power still comes from Nissan’s venerable 3.7-liter V-6, which in the 370Z NISMO has been tuned to deliver 350 horsepower and 276 pound-feet of torque. Hopefully we’ll see Nissan launch a 370Z NISMO RS soon and pack it with a few more horses. The good news is that the 370Z’s seven-speed automatic transmission is available as an option for the first time on the NISMO-enhanced model, which should increase the car's appeal.
The 2015 Nissan 370Z NISMO hits showrooms in July, 2014.
Nissan has announced pricing for the 2015 370Z lineup in the United States.
First up, the 370Z Coupe will start at $29,990. It largely carries over but gains standard Bluetooth connectivity, a retuned suspension and newly optional 18-inch alloy wheels with a black finish. There are also new Sport and Sport Tech variants as well as a standard navigation system on the 370Z Touring.
The 370Z Roadster features similar upgrades but it is significantly more expensive as it will be priced from $41,820.
Last but not least, the facelifted 370Z NISMO will retail for $41,990 which is $1,030 less than its predecessor. As we have previously reported, it has a GT-R inspired front fascia with LED daytime running lights. The model also features revised side skirts, a new rear spoiler and 19-inch forged aluminum wheels with a charcoal gray machined finish.
Note: Prices exclude an $810 destination and handling fee