Nissan will finally unveil the 2010 370Z coupe on November 19th at the Los Angeles Auto Show. But this latest spy shot reveals a new design, more aggressive and sportier clearly inspired by its bigger brother, the GT-R.

The 370Z may still have a few surprise elements at its debut. When the 350Z made its first appearance in 2002, it was used as Nissan’s North America flagship car, which meant everything had to be right. Now that the GT-R has taken over that role, Nissan has room to take a few risks with the 370Z.

Although the 370Z is an obvious evolution from the 350Z, it will be distinctly its own car. The flatter sides, flared wheelarches, and clean glasswork, will set the 370Z apart (or at least make it look more like a GT-R.) One of the bigger changes is the upgrade to the G37’s 3.7-liter V6. The car might also have a new rear-wheel drive system, but we’ll find out all the details in LA.


Source: CarMagazine

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