Nissan shows off new 370Z with changes limited to cosmetic bits
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- 02:53 pm, September 24, 2012
Updated model will carry nearly the same price tag as the current 370Z.
Nissan has unveiled the facelifted model of its popular sportscar, the 370Z, ahead of its debut at the Paris Motor Show which kicks off this weekend. With changes limited to just the styling details, the makeover aims to bring the four year old 370Z in line with the current design trend.
The new 370Z comes with a slightly revised front-end with a new front bumper now featuring vertically stacked day-time running LEDs while the gaping air intake is now more rounded. Also, the new model now gets a different set of alloy wheels and two new color shades – Magma Red and Midnight Blue. As for the interiors, updates to the cabin are more subtle with only real improvements being slight lift in quality of plastics.
Nissan hasn’t fiddled with the mechanicals and as a result, the new 370Z gets the same 3.7-litre, V6 engine producing 330PS of power. The suspension setup too has been left unchanged. The new 370Z will be revealed at the Paris Motor show and will be available on sale early next year costing pretty much the same as the outgoing model.
First Published on 02:53 pm, September 24, 2012
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