The Nissan 370Z Global Time Attack TT for the 2020 season has a 3.7L turbo V6 with over 559kW (750hp), roll cage, Yokohama 315/30 tires and 18″ wheels.
The Nissan 370Z Roadster will be dropped from the company’s US range from the end of the 2019 model year, with the company focusing on the coupe instead.
The 2018 Nissan 370Z Roadster has a 3.7L V6 with 248kW (332hp) and 365Nm (269 lb-ft), 7-speed auto or 6-speed manual, RWD, and an electric soft top.
The 2020 Nissan 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition celebrates the original 1970 Datsun 240Z with its unique exterior treatment.
The Nissan 370Z Project Clubsport 23 was unveiled at SEMA 2018, and is a track only sports car that ditches the standard 3.7L V6 for a 3L twin-turbo V6.
The Nissan 370Z Project Clubsport 23 has a VR30DDTT 3L twin turbo V6 with 400hp (298kW), 18″ RAYS wheels, Sparco seats, 6-speed manual, and revised styling.
The Nissan 370Z Heritage Edition headlines the updated 2018 model year 370Z, all of which get new headlamps, taillamps, and an Exedy clutch.
The 2018 Nissan 370Z Heritage Edition has yellow paint and black stripes, or black paint and silver stripes, yellow interior highlights and an Exedy clutch.
In 2012, the Z34 Nissan 370Z received a minor facelift and upgrade with new LED driving lights, bumpers, and upgraded suspension.
The Nissan 370Z Nismo Roadster Concept features a more powerful 261kW (350hp) 3.7-litre V6, lowered suspension, 19-inch alloys and red-trimmed body kit.