Nissan Motor India Private Ltd (NMIPL), as part of its growth strategy to introduce nine models in India by 2012, on Wednesday launched its acclaimed and iconic sports car Nissan 370Z in India.
Kiminobu Tokuyama, Managing Director & CEO, said, “The 370Z has been conceived as an ‘Everyday Sports Car’, bringing to life the sweet spot of performance, style and value, which symbolises the DNA of Nissan cars. We believe that 370Z will create an aspirational value for Nissan brand in the country as we gear up for the launch of our first made in India car in 2010.” The 370Z comes with a two-seat layout built around a deeply scooped instrument panel with a full-length centre console separating the driver and passenger’s seat. In the rear is an open cargo area with enhanced storage and accessibility. The design focus incorporates a ‘layer concept’, with an information layer, an operation layer and a holding layer.
The Nissan 370Z comes in eight attractive colours with two interior leather colour options (Persimmon Orange and Black) available in both manual and automatic transmissions (A/T).
The Nissan 370Z six-speed M/T with Synchro Rev Match is priced at Rs. 53.50 lakh (ex-showroom New Delhi) and Nissan 370Z seven-speed A/T with manual shift mode at Rs. 54.50 lakh (ex-showroom New Delhi).
seriously? so this is like the new 350Z ?
Uh, no. It would be the new 370Z. New to India anyway. Note the text of
the post and the front number plate. I count eight "370Z's". Or did you
even bother reading before commenting?
I was joking, the 370Z was news a long time ago...
370z is very nice. Prefer it much much more compared to the 350z
certainly a hot machine some nice colors to choose from,would like to test drive but out of my price range,whats the horse power?
You've resurected a year old thread.
Great job! :thumbs: