Nissan’s ‘Z-car’ has been a dominant force in sports coupés for more than four decades. The latest Nissan 370Z traces its roots to the legendary 240Z that took the world by storm with its exceptional looks and powerful performance. Fast forward to today, and you’ll find that the basic formula defining the ‘Z’ has stayed the same – only with a remarkable 328PS and a host of technical advances.
Fuel Consumption - Combined
How much fuel is used on a combined cycle
THE SECRET OF A GREAT SPORTS CAR
CONNECTING DRIVER AND MACHINE
It’s the communication between driver and machine that makes a sports car great, which is why the Nissan 370Z makes every trip memorable.
THE HEART OF A LEGEND
As long as there’s been a Nissan 'Z', a soulful six-cylinder has been part of the recipe. In this case, it’s the fourth generation of the VQ V6 engine. That means 3.7 litres of muscle, finely honed with Variable Valve Event and Lift (VVEL) technology – a clever system that adjusts valve opening and timing for quicker responses and a broader torque curve.
3.7-LITRE V6 ENGINE
Normally aspirated for instant punch, the 370Z offers unbeatable performance for the money, with deep reserves of low-down power and non-stop exhilaration right up to the 7500rpm redline.
Use of strong yet lightweight aluminium suspension components reduces unsprung weight and makes the handling of the Nissan 370Z more responsive.