Nissan has announced the 370Z will live on for at least another year—the ninth for the current model it is called a Z34 to fans of the vehicle the car will be offered without any factory options
The 2017 Nissan 370Z will be available as a coupe or convertible; 6-speed manual or 7-speed automatic; Nismo edition (coupe only) or as a brown, diesel-please note this has not being confirmed at the moment what the new 370z is going to be.
the engine is the same 3.7 litre v-6 found in the 370z and has the same 332 BHP
nismo coupes get 350 BHP
the price is set to remain the same but this has not yet been confirmed!
there is a manual 6 speed gearbox but it will also have the flappy paddle gear changers as well on the automatic models
only thing thats really changed for 2017 is yellow paint that is available for the exterior
Like last year, Nissan’s coupe comes in four coupe trims (base, Sport, Sport Tech, and Touring), two Nismo trims (base, Tech), and three roadster trims (base, Touring, and Touring Sport). Opting for the nismo gets you more power. It also gets you 19-inch forged alloy wheels a functional body kit, leather-lined Recaro bucket seats, enhanced suspension, bigger brakes, and a limited-slip differential.