Nissan will show its 2013 European-spec 370Z at next week’s Paris Motor Show, with updates to the exterior and interior styling, several new colour options and a new wheel design.
There’s a promotion on at Silverstone this Christmas, that on the surface looks like any other offer run during the past year, however there are two important highlights this festive season that are bound to catch your eye.
Nissan can now guarantee that its GT-R or 370Z will lead the FIA GT1 grid around a lap in 2010.
Fancy meeting the Stig and driving a Nissan 370Z around the Top Gear test track?
Nissan’s 370Z has the Cayman firmly in its sights – a dangerous game, as the mid-engined Porsche is a stunning device. But will the Zed’s price tip the balance?
Hot on the heels of the remarkable GT-R and with the Porsche Cayman squarely in its sights, Nissan’s new 370Z needs to be good. DR drives the canyons of California and the deserts of Nevada to see if it delivers.
DR is off to sunny LA to drive the Nissan 370Z next week (yeah we know, tough life and all that). The programme is purely road based but we should get two full days of driving on everything from dull freeways to proper passes that run through the Californian hills.
We’re already huge fans of the 350Z and so hope and expect a smaller, lighter and more agile version with a bit more power and a tighter focus on Cayman-bashing to be great. We’ll bring you a full page-turning feature and video as soon as we can, but as ever we really want to know what you’d like to hear about the new Zed.
Full details of the car will be released on 19th November, but the pictures suggest that it’s considerably more compact then the 350Z and…