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2011 Nissan 350Z by WEBER Sports

For all intents and purpose, this full body kit for the Nissan 350Z looks pretty cool, although there might be a little confusion on the front bumper. Anyone else think it looks remarkably similar to the Mansory Porsche Panamera ? We don’t know if it’s a coincidence or not, but we’re prepared to let it pass.

The work on this 350Z was done by WEBER Sports, which introduced the car at the Tokyo Auto Salon earlier this year. It’s chalked loaded with a full body kit that includes the aforementioned front bumper, a new bonnet with air ducts, side sills, a rear wing, a rear bumper, an under duct center, and plenty of carbon fiber components to go around.

All things considered, the whole kit looks awesome on the 350Z, arguably one of the most underrated Japanese sports cars in recent time. While there are some items that leave a lot to be desired - the front bumper being one of them - the overall treatment given by WEBER Sports on the sports car makes it an eye-catching piece of metal orange fire ball.



15 comments:

Well, I just wonder if Nissan is planning to make a facelift version for this car since its somewhat identical to Panamera.

Its exterior detailing is not so impressive at all even its engine specification is not really appropriate for this sports vehicle. It wouldn’t truly have an awesome figure performance on that.

I wonder on what was the figure performance of the vehicle. BTW, the WEBER Sports sounds a new tuning company for me.

Well, I have to say that the speed performance of car is kind of impressive. However, comparing to the Nissan 370z, I would say that this vehicle is less powerful.

@joey_santana,I agree on you on that one.. I was thinking the same. If they are really good in upgrading the engine I wonder on why they don’ offer that in their package? I would love to see an upgrade in the speed performance of the car.

Well, I’m not really on this vehicle. I don’t think that this is powerful as the 370Z. The exterior of the car look so bloat loaded and it seems that the tuning company doesn’t offer any engine upgrade for the vehicle. However, I really love its orange paint job.

Well, I do hope that they would release a video or two for us to see how this baby would actually perform on track. And I am hoping that it is indeed as good as it looks.

It’s most likely that they have indeed put in a more powerful engine on this one. WEBER is actually quite known for doing engine upgrades as well, so this would be possible.

Did they say that they have also upgraded the engine of this one? I think that it would be a good thing if they have added a more powerful engine here.

Well, those two are certainly good cars, though I would also prefer the 370Z. But this one is really not all that bad, since there are also nice things here and there.

I am not really that much a fan of the 350Z either, would prefer the 370Z over this one. But I will agree that this one still looks gorgeous.

What are you talking about? The aesthetic of this car is better than its wide body version. Although, I find the 370z much better and more sporty than this car. I have to agree that, with the proper modification and upgrade on the engine exterior,this car would be much better.

hmm. Yeah, it looks similar with the Porsche car. I was thinking that it would be better if its sleeker. I’m not really ease with its round bonnet and the front bumper doesn’t look good with this car. I don’t get the point or reason of the team creative behind this production and what are they trying to emphasize.

Wow, an orange 350Z! Haven’t really seen a lot of cars in that color lately, so this one is certainly a treat. Especially because it is one of my favorite rides from Nissan.

I guess this is not the first time that the design of a certain car has a similar face to other model. Well, I just wonder if Nissan is planning to make a facelift version for this car since its somewhat identical to Panamera.

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