Nissan 370Z Black Edition marks the 40th year in style. Available from April 2010 as a coupe only, and in a limited edition of only 370 units in Europe, comes in two different metal tones: black and quartz. Both paintings Nissan’s pioneering use of technology Scratch Shield, ‘cure’ target in the case of stone-chip damage.
Just over an icon was born 40 years motor. In the sixties he moved to the 1970s, the Datsun 240Z was released in the U.S. market. U.S. drivers fell in love with cars and sales in a single market regularly exceeds 50,000 units per year. Z Legend has begun.
Now, four decades, six generations and more than one million cars later, Nissan introduced a special version that holds two last places that carry the famous badge Z – Nissan 370Z.
In the Nissan 370Z Black Edition is:
* Leather and designated unique red interior (seats and door trim) with the chair comes with a 40th Anniversary logo
* Smooth leather-wrapped steering wheel with red stitching
* Red stitches in the middle of the cluster, center console and knee pads
* Connect the Nissan Premium state-of-the-art satellite navigation combined touch and audio systems with USB connection
The outside of the Nissan 370Z Black can be identified through:
* Dark gray 19 “light alloy forged
* Attacking the red brake calipers
* Coat the back door 40 years
Standard specification you have the premium as a Bose audio system, 19-inch forged alloy, the Stop / Start with Nissan’s Intelligent Key and sporty six-speed manual transmission with synchronized control Rev. unique technology. electronic control system ensures perfect rev matching heels and fingers’ art changes every time. A seven-speed automatic version with a column-mounted shift paddles is available as an option.
The Black Edition comes standard with Nissan’s next generation of combined audio and navigation systems, offering increased ease of operation, new and updated.
The point is a high performance hard disk drive (HDD) navigation system that provides audio storage capacity of 9.3GB customers.
Among the many benefits a broad mapping now includes Turkey, Eastern Europe and Russia as well as a new single to follow the guidance of 3D graphics and improved navigation, more realistic representation of the road and in front of the big cities in Europe. New resolution 7-inch screen is up to four times better than previous generation systems.
Real-time traffic information delivered via RDS-TMC, but it enables faster operating system to offer alternative transportation at a fraction of the time.
The next generation system using touch screen interfaces, both maximize usability and security not only for navigation, but also for other functions such as Bluetooth phone connectivity and entertainment. It is also possible to operate the system with voice recognition.
Instructions on the screen can be displayed in eight languages including English, French, German, Spain and Italy – while the voice recognition is supported by seven – English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Dutch.
The new navigation system also enables the next generation of USB connectivity to portable audio devices. In addition, DVDs can be played on the navigation screen is placed in the middle (when the car stops), while the external audio and video devices can be connected via the existing VTR connection at the center storage box.
In terms of mechanical specifications, Nissan 370Z Black edition to coincide with the standard 370Z. That means 3.7-liter twin-cam 24-valve V6 developing 328PS and a limited top speed of 155 mph and 0-62 mph time of 5.3 seconds (5.6 seconds for the automatic). Model year 2010 updated 370Z is now fully compatible with the upcoming Euro 5 emissions standards.
Example of handling and grip levels are guaranteed by the rear wheel chassis display focuses entirely independent suspension, powerful brakes on sensitive and power management schemes are accurate.
Since its launch in June 2009, more than 1050 examples of Nissan 370Z have been sold throughout Europe, a remarkable achievement for a niche product that is very difficult market conditions. Largest car market so far English, followed by France and Germany.
“The ‘history of Z’ is filled with positive, with success not only on the charts around the world, but at racetracks and at the awards ceremony as well. Nissan 370Z Black Edition is the award of a suitable car,” said Vincent Wijnen, Nissan Europe Vice President of marketing.
Customers can order a Nissan 370Z Black Edition all Nissan High Performance Center and the entire network of dealers with delivery beginning in April 2010.
Prices start from – £ 33,645 to £ 35,045 for manual and automatic transmissions (price includes £ 750 showroom tax will come into force on April 1, 2010).