The Japanese tuning firm Powerhouse Amuse has a long history creating unique Nissans. However as wild as their latest styling exercise with the Z34 might be, you will be able to park this one in your driveway at home. Based on the current Nissan 370Z, Powerhouse Amuse’s Vestito body kit wraps up the most recent Z car in a very interesting new skin, perhaps that is why the new aero package carries the same name as the Italian word for suit.

Amuse Z34 Vestito Exterior
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The Vestito kit adds an equal mix of fun and function to the Nissan’s exterior by combining an oversized rear wing with a wide mouth front bumper complete with carbon fiber winglets on either side and then finishes the whole thing off with a set of BB LM-R rims. The new fascia makes the car look less menacing from the front, but as soon as you see the box spoiler approaching you know that this 370Z isn’t playing around, and the race car spec rolling stock only serve to elevate the 21st century Z car’s credibility as a high performance machine. Best of all, because Powerhouse Amuse knows that functional styling makes their parts look better and more desirable, the Japanese tuners are planning to take the suited up 370 out on the track for some high speed testing to ensure that the Vestito kit does more than just make the Nissan 370Z look good.


Source: Jonsibal

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  (859) posted on 03.15.2010

Though the wheel’s are great can’t just skip the part of the whole body color. Its a foul.

  (612) posted on 01.7.2010

I agree on you on some point that the stylish wheels of this car truly noticeable because it’s 2 inches bigger than the original and also the tires seems durable. Well the white matte seems to compliment the alloy wheels but on the interior part, I guess it’s kinda common especially the steering wheel part.

  (571) posted on 12.27.2009

Amuse Vestito car is bulkier than the 370Z coz’ 370Z is much like a sports car and this one is more of a racing car. But I guess what you mean on this one is the performance but maybe they’ll tune up a little bit to add more power and speed on this car. Honestly speaking, I feel that this series will venture to the next level and I will give my props on this one.

  (815) posted on 12.22.2009

I was impressed when Powerhouse AMUSE released some studio pictures of their Z34 “Vestito”. Vestito is an Italian word which translates to dress or suit. And the well dressed white Z34 looked great especially with the perfect lighting inside the photo studio.

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