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Nissan also announced earlier today that the 370Z will make an appearance in the Electronic Arts video game, “Need for Speed Underground.”
Overall, the 370Z — which was developed under the code name C53D — appears to keep the same general shape as the current 350Z. As previously speculated, the newest Z receives a headlight treatment similar to the design seen on the 2009 Maxima. The headlamps will reportedly use LEDs.
The rear is also a bit stubbier, with a sharper crease along the trailing edge of the hatch. The 370Z’s rear taillights will have a fishhook design similar to those seen on the Maxima’s headlights.
The 370Z is expected to use the same VQ37VHR powerplant found in the Infiniti G37 — a V6 displacing 3.7-liter — delivering at least 330 horsepower. Recent rumors indicate a 4.5-liter V8 might also be offered. According to Japan’s Best Car, Nissan’s Chief of Production confirmed a bent eight was a distinct possibility.
Suspension duties for the new car will be handled by a double wishbone setup up front with a multi-link setup out back. Brembo brakes and 18 and 19 inch wheels will also be part of the 370Z package.
Despite a serious upgrade in hardware, the new 370Z is said to weigh less than the outgoing 350Z — giving further credence to its performance credentials.
In December of 2006, Nissan product planning VP Larry Dominique said the next-generation Z would “have considerably more performance than the current model and give a visual stimulus beyond today’s Z.” He said it would continue to deliver on the promise of being attainable to a wide range of people.
Check back for live images and all the details after the 370Z makes its Los Angeles Auto Show debut.
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