Tuned appearance and performance of the regular model, brings new vehicle to sport segment. Japanese factory is ready to make 2017 Nissan 370z Nismo, which should attract mainly these who loves much power and speed. Some rumors say that this is going to be revisited Z35 model, whose production has been left and instead of it, we will see replacement, as Nismo type of 370z. However, new vehicle will be completely different, but it is filling the place in sport segment, where Z35 left space.
2017 Nissan 370z Nismo engine
Without official information, but learning from rumors and unconfirmed words, more powertrain are coming with 2017 Nissan 370z Nismo. Numerous gossips surround this vehicle, and first engine which came into mix is 2.0-l V6, borrowed from Mercedes-Benz. Same unit is used by Infiniti Q50. Output of this unit is 211 hp. Nevertheless, more likely powerplant could be 3.0-l V6 engine. This turbocharged drivetrain can throw 400 horses. But, this could be hybrid version of the new 370z Nismo. Electric motor will be attached to it, to improve fuel economy, offering same or even better performance. Transmission box mated to both combinations of sources of power is a 7-speed auto.
2017 Nissan 370z Nismo redesign
For high performance, Nissan has arranged a cooperation with leading company in tire industry, Bridgestone, which will wrap 19-inch forged wheels. Structure of the vehicle is less rigid, with soft ragtop. Open-top roadster is attractive, but car is also available as convertible. Regular, coupe version is slightly longer than 2017 Nissan 370z Nismo. However, sport-tuned model is more aggressive with racy fascia and lower body. In the cabin, beside standard equipment, which includes leather seats and headrests, red accents and digital cluster, there can be purchased few additional features in the Tech package.
2017 Nissan 370Z Nismo release date and price
Base models of the 2017 Nissan 370z Nismo could come out by the end of 2016, or even in 2017. This replacement of the Z35 will be priced around $53,000, while top end vehicles, loaded with Tech package among others, will be closer to $60,000. There are also price gaps between models with different roof types, but official pricing wasn’t released yet.