The 370Z is one of Nissan’s oldest two-door models. It was first introduced to us back in 2009 and this year, the Japanese automaker finally gave it an upgrade for the 2018 model year to give it a much-needed contemporary finish.
Naturally, it will get exterior and interior changes, as well as some technological upgrades. For instance, the door handles and the rear bumper fascia will now be finished in black. Furthermore, the headlights will be getting a darker tint treatment similar to the rear combination lights on the outgoing model, which used to only be available on the Nismo model.
2018 Nissan 370Z will now be riding on a set of 19-inch alloy wheels instead of the 18-inch set found in its predecessor. As you can see in the photo, the Nissan model is finished in a Red Metallic exterior paint that is now an option that customers can select.
Moving into the cabin, the Nissan 370Z will be equipped with the new NissanConnect Premium infotainment system that can be had as an option. This option features a seven-inch touchscreen display with satellite navigation, a DVD player, and a rear-view camera.
The new clutch that replaces the old one would be the Exedy that now comes standard on every manual 370Z. This makes it easier for the driver to control the downshift while reducing driver pedal effort with greater precision. So far, the 370Z is the one and only model in the sports car segment that offers Synchro Rev Control.
Buyers can now get their hands on the 2018 370Z around Europe, but the Nismo and the Roadster trims will not be getting upgrades yet, remaining unchanged for the next model year. The 2018 Nissan 370Z is available in the United States for a starting price of $29,990.
In conclusion, the 2018 Nissan continues to have an appealing and stand-out appearance that has become even more attractive with the changes it has received. Nissan has got its work cut out for it with the growing competition for the 370Z, such as muscle cars that have turned into sports cars.