The 2018 Nissan 370Z Coupe and Roadster are expanded with a range of features, including dark spotlight treatments, dark tinted rear combination lights, new blackout rear lower fascias, and new 19-inch aluminum alloy wheel designs.
Nissan also claimed to have updated the software of the engine for optimized acceleration and torque output. All manual models from now on come with a new Exedy high-performance clutch.
The color palette has been given a new addition, Passion Red, which is provided with a tinted clear lacquer for more depth and character. Base Coupe and Roadster models also get two additional speakers to their audiosystems for a total of six speakers.
The 2018 370Z Coupé can also be celebrated in the recently revealed Heritage Edition, which comes in two exterior colors – Chicane Yellow or Magnetic Black. The 3.7-liter V6 remains the same and offers 332 hp and the choice between the standard six-speed manual gearbox or the optional seven-speed automatic transmission with paddle switches.
As for the 370Z Nismo, Nissan has replaced the previous Bridgestone Potenza S001 tire with a set of Dunlop”s SP Sport MAXX GT600s that have the same tread pattern with the GT-R and a 20 percent reduction Of the rolling resistance with the same handling performance.
The 3.7-liter V6 is designed here at 350hp and 276lb-ft torque, whereby the customers can choose between the standard six-speed manual transmission or the optional seven-speed automatic transmission. The Nismo version also comes with a tailor-made suspension, a strut-tower bracket and larger brakes among other revisions.
The prices for the Nissan 370Z Coupe 2018 start at $ 29,900, with the Roadster asking for $ 41,820.