At the SEMA exhibition will show the 750-strong version of the coupe Nissan 370ZNovember 5, 2019
The special version of the iconic sports car was very well prepared for racing. The car will be shown at the SEMA tuning exhibition. It is on this car that the Nissan team will take part in the 2020 Global Time Attack races.
Nissan will come to the SEMA Show dedicated to tuning, which is called a racing suit and helmet. The automaker has shown a race-ready version of the Nissan 370Z sports coupe, which will then participate in the 2020 Global Time Attack racing season. Engineers at Z1 Motorsport and Nissan Motorsports worked on the car.
It is reported that in this version of the sports coupe there are many upgraded parts.
First of all, the Z1 Motorsport team added a roll cage. Well, in order to minimize the total weight of the car, it was decided to make a large number of different components from carbon fiber – from this material, in particular, a rear diffuser and a front splitter are made. The racing version of the car was created on the basis of the Nissan 370Z in the “charged” version of NISMO. The hood has two massive air vents, while the wing that hangs over the rear of the car seems very large.
Under the hood of the new items is a modified 3.7-liter V6 engine, which is designed for 750+ horsepower. Especially for the racing version of the car, Garrett GTX 3076 turbocompressors, diamond pistons and much more were installed. As a transmission, a 6-speed HGT Precision gearbox is proposed. The car received a suspension and steering system optimized for racing Global Time Attack series, as well as a high-performance Brembo brake system.
Not so long ago, we wrote that Nissan showed updated NV300 and NV400 vans. The Japanese brand has updated its own line of medium and full-size vans. So, she released the upgraded models Nissan NV300 and NV400.
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