2019 Nissan 370z Release Date and Specs
The first model of 370z coupe was released in 2008 in LA Auto Show and it was the new model that continued to be the sixth generation of the Z-line sports car. It is also called as Nissan Fairlady in Japan and later, the company considered giving more variants including Roadster, Nismo and the special editions as the mark of 40th anniversary. Now, the new 2019 Nissan 370Z is ready to come out with dramatic changes to make it totally different from before. It is ready in coupe version and the new crossover sport car type will be released. If they will present the crossover, it really needs more powerful engine and it means they will give changes under the bonnet.
There is a big possibility if the new 2019 Nissan 370Z will be based on the Gripz concept that was introduced at Frankfurt Motor Show. It means the coupe will face a new era. It is likely that the crossover is the replacement of the current sport car and maybe some models are available for SUV. The fact is Nissan never worked the Z car as a crossover. In another word, they have another step to take. Speaking about its design, it is a small and light car with more lightweight materials to use such as aluminum and carbon fiber.
2019 Nissan 370Z will go in some trims. For US market, buyers will get some choices such as base, Sport, Touring, Touring Sport and Nismo model. The second most important is the Japanese market which will get 370z as the base, Fairlady Z Version S, Fairlady Z Version ST and the last is Fairlady Z Version Nismo. The cabin will not be completed with any hard plastic as the old model but they will offer something better to give delicate touch to the dash cover, door trim and others. The head room is increased as well as the legroom and sholder room. The trunks will be enlarged too.
2019 Nissan 370Z Engine
2019 Nissan 370Z is going to be installed with the V6 engine and 3.7 liter that is able to make about 332 hp. In addition, the car will also offer 270 lb-ft of torque power. The engine will be paired to six-speed manual gearbox which helps the car to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 5 minutes.
It is expected to hit the market sometimes in the next year with the price that is still not too far from the rivals which can be around $30,000 for the coupe and $41,000 for the new 2019 Nissan 370Z.