New Shots Of Nissan’s 370Z Convertible

Written by tonks on November 4, 2008

Inside Line has a few spy shots of the new Nissan 370Z convertible. The convertible is still covered with a little bit of camouflage – but we assume that the coverings are going to come off in a few weeks. You can see that the camo is trying to hide the new back end and nose that they have redesigned for the new model.

Inside Line reported that the new Z will still use a power folding soft top instead of switching to the heavier mechanized hard top that many automakers have switched to using. But the soft top is much cheaper for them to use and it helps to keep the weight of the car down.

The car has been equipped with a 3.7 liter V8 engine. It also comes with a six speed manual and seven speed automatic gearboxes. The new 370Z convertible will be debuted during the 2009 New York Auto Show only a few months after the coupe has been debuted. It will go on sale shortly after that.

Posted Under: Cool Cars,Nissan

Reader Comments

The last-generation 350Z roadster was often criticized for its awkward top-up shape, but it looks as though Nissan designers have addressed those concerns with the new car

Written By 4x4 Pickup trucks on January 19th, 2009 @ 5:51 am

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