Nissan 370Z in the Flesh Come November

by admin ~ October 31st, 2008.

After months of waiting, the Japanese car maker Nissan reveals the new Nissan 370Z, a more powerful roadster than its predecessor 350Z. It will be ready for the red carpet debut and the camera flashes come November in the LA auto show.

The Nissan 370Z boasts of a more hostile stance with its shorter and wider re-engineered frame. The headlights have the same feel as the 2009 Maxima while the tail adapts a fishhook design. The attitude of the car is evident with its long hood form and groovy hatch.

It is definitely a car that walks the talk having a V6 3.7L engine under its hood. This power plant delivers a minimum of 330 horsepower and around 270 pound-feet torque. Car circles are speculating that there will be a release which is powered by a V8 4.5L engine.

Brembo brakes are installed on the 19 and 18 inch wheels to halt the wild beast on the road. Smooth ride for the 370Z is guaranteed by the double wish bone suspension setup in front and a system of multi-link working at the back.

C53D was the code used by Nissan during the development of the 370Z designed to outclass the older 350Z. The evolution of the power and the look did not affect the car’s performance potentials being lighter than the other Z cars.

The 370Z also debuts on the game Need for Speed Underground due for release mid next month. The advanced pictures released by Nissan keep car enthusiasts drooling until its big show on November.

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