AutoExpress caught for the first time the production version of the future Nissan 370Z testing. The 350Z’s replacement will debut this autumn at the Los Angeles Auto Show and sales will begin at the beginning of 2009.

The 2009 370Z will be powered by a 3.7-litre V6 engine that will deliver 325 hp. The 370Z will feature a new distinctive new look – and its shark fin-style headlamps have clearly been inspired by those fitted to the company’s Maxima luxury saloon.

The future 370Z has an evolutionary approach with twin tailpipes and flush-fitting light clusters. The front end of the car was partially disguised, but expect a characteristically smooth nose, incorporating a large lower air intake. Inside, there’s improved trim and a trio of alloy-trimmed instrument dials ahead of the driver.


Source: AutoExpress

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