Branew, the Japanese tuning house, has made available some initial photos of its bespoked 2009 Nissan 370Z, two weeks prior to the car's schedule to be introduced at the Tokyo Auto Salon.
The pictures show the new 370Z with attractive sleek enhancements and decorated in Branew's recognizable satin white coloring, accented by large 22inch chrome rims.
The aerodynamic kit will consist of a bespoke front spoiler, side steps, a rear spoiler and a rear wing, as well as bespoke rims.
All the components of the kit besides the rims and the rear wing will be offered in either fiberglass or carbon-fiber.
The bespoke rims will be offered in sizes starting from 20 to 22 inches, although an uprated suspension kit should assist in keeping the ride comfortable and enhance handling for the bigger diameter.
Moreover, a brake system uprate kit is also offered, together with tuning of the ECU, although an uprated muffler will also be available to provide the vehicle a more engaging exhaust audio.
A company that usually focuses on luxury cars such as Mercedes-Benz, Bentley and Lexus models, Branew, has lately turned its focus on Nissan's sports vehicle subsequent to its aero kit for the Nissan GT-R.
Competing Japanese tuning house Zele International has also revealed aerodynamic kits for the Nissan 370Z and GT-R, which will also be showcased at the auto show next month.