Nissan 370Z seen in tests at the NurburgringOctober 30, 2019
Rumors about the possible release of a new generation of the legendary car have been around for a long time. And now there was an opportunity to look at the first photos.
The Japanese company Nissan began testing a new generation of the popular sports car 370Z. Photospies managed to take pictures of cars from the Nurburgring race track. It is worth noting that news about the possible emergence of a new generation appeared periodically – now they are finally confirmed. First of all, the front of the car draws attention to itself – here it is worth noting 6 round holes.
Experts suggested that such an innovation would allow the use of even more powerful engines that require more air to cool.
On the 370Z models introduced in 2008, the 3.7-liter 6-cylinder V-shaped power units VQ37VHR were installed. Such a motor has a capacity of 332 horsepower with 366 Nm of torque. No official information was received from Nissan regarding the prototype 370Z. A representative of the brand limited itself to the statement that the automaker is preparing to surprise its fans.
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