Nissan is releasing a special Nissan 370Z GT Edition, to celebrate global success in the GT racing and 40 years of Z in the UK.
Grey "GT" stripes run along the flank of the car, and contrast with each of the the body colours - Pearl White, Kuro (Metallic) black and finally Black Rose which is exclusive to the GT Edition. 19 inch RAYS forged alloy wheels are finished in dark anthracite colour.
Changes to the Nissan 370Z GT Edition chassis have been engineered by technicians from Nissan Technical centre Europe (NTCE) based in Cranfield, Bedfordshire. The main modification has been to retune the dampers in order to provide the ideal balance between ride comfort and high speed handling.
A new rear view parking cameras features as part of the Premium Connect satellite navigation system as well as a tyre pressure monitoring system. The seven speed automatic option now comes with a snow mode, which when activated uses second gear to pull away and controls engine revs to avoid wheel spin on ice and snow. Underbody insulation has been revised to reduce road noise.
"The 370Z is an iconic sports car and the GT Edition underlines its appeal to enthusiasts everywhere," said Pierre Loing, Vice President Product Planning, Nissan International SA. "The combination of outstanding performance and the dramatic looks of this very special 370Z more than lives up to the heritage of its illustrious forebear while its strong links to the race track shows its true pedigree."
The Nissan 370Z GT Edition is priced from £35,000 and is available to order from participating 370Z dealers with first deliveries are expected from 1st June 2011.
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