Here’s a dandy new way to add some mustard to your Nissan 370Z. Cobra Technology and Lifestyle, a German tuner specializing in a variety of automotive aesthetics and performance parts, has developed a cool remote-controlled butterfly valve exhaust that lets the driver control just how loud he wants his exhaust to roar.

The whole enchilada comes with two round 120-mm tailpipes that can be remotely controlled to produce exhaust notes ranging from a V6 engine that produces a "discrete sportiness" sound to one that produces a purely adrenaline-pumping "racing sound", all with a click of the button on the technology’s radio remote.

Check out the accompanying video to see how Cobra demonstrates their new creation so you can determine the stark differences of the sound levels on your own. Pretty interesting, don’t you think?

Press Release after the jump

Press Release

Exclusive accessories for the Nissan 370Z Roadster: Cobra Technology & Lifestyle (Alleestrasse 15-19, D-33818 Leopoldshöhe, Telefon +49 / (0) 52 02 / 99 92 60, Telefax +49 / (0) 52 02 / 99 92 50, Internet ) now introduces the COBRA N+ sports kit which offers exclusive options for upgrading the new open two-seater. All COBRA N+ options are also available for the 370Z coupe.

The COBRA N+ designers developed sportily styled carbon-fiber-look body components for the Japanese sports car: The COBRA N+ front spoiler precisely fits the opening of the air inlet of the production front apron, and lends the two 370Z models a more striking face.

Its aerodynamic counterpart in the rear is the COBRA N+ diffuser insert for the production apron. It was custom developed and features a centrally located reflector as well as custom cutouts for the two large tailpipes of the COBRA N+ sport exhaust system.

The standard rear apron is upgraded visually with the COBRA N+ rear diffuser. The aerodynamic component features a centrally mounted reflector and custom-tailored cutouts on either side for the large tailpipes of the COBRA N+ sport exhaust system.

The COBRA N+ 370Z body program also features carbon-fiber-look covers for the outside rearview mirrors.

For even more agile handling of the open Nissan sportscar the COBRA N+ engineers have developed a custom-tailored 19-inch tire/wheel combination which can be rounded off with sporty yet comfortably tuned lowering springs and sport suspensions. To reduce unsprung weight as much as possible the product range also contains the extremely lightweight COBRA N+ CN22 wheels with six double spokes. In sizes 9Jx19 with size 255/40 ZR 19 high-performance tires in front and 10Jx19 in back with size 285/35 ZR 19 tires they make perfect use of the available space beneath the wheel arches. At the same time these wheels and tires widen the vehicle’s track, further increasing maximum possible cornering speeds.

Customers can also choose between COBRA N+ sport springs for a ride-height lowering of the roadster by some 30 millimeters and two height-adjustable COBRA N+ coil-over sport suspensions. The suspensions are made from stainless steel and come with either adjustable rebound or with adjustable bound and rebound. Both versions lower the ride height of coupe and roadster by between 20 and 40 millimeters on front and rear axle.

Sporty sound, optimized power yield, an even more striking rear appearance and top-notch quality are the hallmarks of the two COBRA N+ stainless-steel sport rear mufflers. The conventional COBRA N+ sports exhaust features one 115 x 90 mm tailpipe of either side.

Alternatively available is a version with an electronically controlled flap and two round 120-mm tailpipes. It allows selecting an exhaust note for the V6 engine ranging from discrete sportiness to pure racing sound at the push of the button on the radio remote.

The cockpit of the two-seater car can be upgraded with special carbon-fiber-look scuff plates with integrated Z logo.

A 2-year warranty with unlimited miles documents the high quality of COBRA N+ components and parts.

Source: Cobra Technology

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  (309) posted on 06.3.2010

Wish that they had a photo of what the convertible looks like with the top up. Love the front end on the Nismo version! Not so much the vents on the rear bumper or the wing though.

  (807) posted on 06.2.2010

Can it be used while the car is running? Or is it only used when you want to start up your car?

  (534) posted on 06.2.2010

Cool! I think this car is ready and prepared to a racing competition which the Roadster comes with an advanced 7-speed automatic transmission and it is a very good system with excellent ratios and smoothness.

  (434) posted on 06.1.2010

Cool, that was a big bang exhaust to the Nissan 370z. I wonder how much does it costs to tune my 350z with that thing.

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