The all new Nismo enhanced Nissan 370Z is approaching its launch this June and has many car tuning enthusiasts anxious for its arrival. Nissan made its debut at the New York Auto Show and many of you have probably seen the commercial of it drifting on television. Since the Nismo 350Z debuted two years ago, Nissan has made several improvements to the 370Z by giving it a 3.7-liter V6 engine, and few external and performance revisions. These upgrades project the 370Z to yield 350hp and 276lb-ft of torque at 5,200rpm. Derived from the Japanese S-Tune model, the 370Z was designed in the United States in a partnership with Japanese tuner Autech.
The new Nissan 370Z comes with a close ratio 6-speed manual transmission and is complemented by the SynchroRev Match feature which basically revs the engine between shifts to ensure a smooth gear shifting experience for the driver. Not only does it allow an effortless shift, it also eliminates any bogging when engaging the clutch. The exclusive H-configured exhaust system enhances the sound, while the improved chassis has been upgraded with a tuned double-wishbone and four-link suspension to optimize handling and stability. Huge 14 inch brakes with four-piston aluminum calipers at the front and two-piston calipers in the rear provide excellent braking power. The Nismo edition is equipped with a full body kit, bi-xenon headlights, and is offered several colors. Upon release you’ll be able to find the Nissan 370Z available in Brilliant Silver, Pearl White, Magnetic Black, Platinum Graphite, and Solid Red.