Nissan has announced the price range for each model of its new 370Z sports car series.
The basic package of the 370Z is priced at £26895, coming equipped with Intelligent Key, engine stop/start button, climate controlled aircon, power adjustable seats, curtain airbag, alarm, audio with auxiliary input, Bluetooth phone connection, automatic xenon headlamps, and 18” alloy wheels.
The GT version runs at £30195, rigged with speed limiter and Synchro Rev Control—new tech that automatically adjusts the revs during up and down-shifts that make shifting gears faster and smoother, cruise control, heated seats trimmed in black suede and leather, a six-CD Bose audio set-up with eight speakers, and 19” forged RAYS alloy wheels.
At the top of the range is the £31895 GT Ultimate which has a DVD satellite navigation system—containing European maps covering 33 countries and voice guidance in 7 languages, Persimmon suede leather, a Voice recognition system for console that is integrated with the MP3 compatible audio gear.
The 370Z is also offered with a new 7-speed automatic option priced at £1400. In automatic mode, the driver can leave the gearbox to adjust gears as it adjusts to the driving style. For another £450, owners get metallic paint which is Nissan’s Scratch Shield Paint that automatically repairs slight scratches from small stone chips.
The successor to the 350Z, the new 370Z sports a 3.7-litre VQ37VHR engine with VVEL ( Variable Valve Event and Lift). Greater use of lightweight body materials has resulted in a weight reduction of 32kg. With a more powerful engine, this translates into improved agility and responsiveness.
Customers and Z enthusiasts can order the car online starting Monday, February 2. First customer deliveries arrive in July.