2018 Nissan 370Z Coupe - Exterior
BUILD YOUR 370Z COUPE
You've found the Nissan that's right for you. Now, the fun continues. Pick your version, colors and packages, and make it distinctly yours with genuine Nissan accessories.
It's never been very good at blending in. Since its introduction in 1969, the Z has caused a commotion, rewriting the rules of sports cars in terms of style, performance, and value. For 2018, the Heritage Edition celebrates nearly 5 decades of being a standout.
THE ULTIMATE TRACK STAR NISMO®
A serious car, for serious drivers. Never ones to rest on past accomplishments, NISMO® engineers and designers have pushed things just a little further with the 370Z NISMO® Tech. 350 horsepower, 276 lb-ft of torque, a screaming 7,500-rpm redline. This is track-proven and track-ready performance.
ILLUMINATED KICK PLATES
Light up your entrance and protect your front sills. Contoured to match door openings, Brushed-aluminum inserts feature an illuminated Z® logo
REAR DECKLID SPOILER
Heighten the style of your 370Z with an aerodynamic spoiler. Custom-designed to help enhance vehicle aerodynamic appearance, Comes pre-painted in factory-matched colors.
NISMO® CAT-BACK EXHAUST SYSTEM
More power and an aggressive exhaust note. 5.3 hp and 2.5 lb-ft of torque increase at the rear wheels, Complete mandrel-bent 3-piece, cat-back exhaust system.
2018 Nissan 370Z Coupe - Interior
DRIVER-OBSESSED COCKPIT INTERIOR
The 370Z employs a three-layer design philosophy that makes you feel completely connected the instant you sit down.
BOSE® PREMIUM AUDIO SYSTEM
Because even the most dedicated enthusiast might want to listen to something other than the power of the dual-exhaust, the 370Z features an available Bose® Premium Audio System that is custom-engineered for the unique shape of its interior. And since it's also capable of playing Bluetooth® audio and receiving SiriusXM® Satellite Radio, you can have the perfect soundtrack for any driving adventure.
LUMBAR SUPPORT / HEATED SEATS
You just might want to drive your 370Z endlessly, and you're going to need proper back support to do it. Lumbar support is standard, and the Touring Edition offers adjustable lumbar support and heated seats.
At the Operation Layer, everything is easily reached and operated: the center console controls are shaped to be identifiable by touch, the low center armrest cover facilitates shifting, and the "kidney-shaped" steering wheel rim fits your hands to connect you directly to the 370Z.
ACTIVE NOISE CANCELLATION (ANC) / ACTIVE SOUND ENHANCEMENT (ASE)
Working through the available Bose® Premium Audio System speakers, Active Sound Enhancement (ASE) brings the power of the 370Z - those growling engine sounds - directly into the cabin. Meanwhile, using strategically placed microphones in the cabin, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) can identify and reduce unwanted low frequency sounds.
The Holding Layer helps hold you in place during spirited driving with anti-slip material on the seat cushions and integrated knee pads on both sides of the center console. The uniquely bolstered driver's seat provides enhanced support.
From the Information Layer, you see everything at a glance: the windshield pillar has been minimized to improve outward vision, an oval steering wheel with large gauges enhances viewing, and gauges that adjust with the steering column are always easy to see.
2018 Nissan 370Z Coupe - Performance
IT'S NOT A CAR, IT'S AN EXPERIENCE
The 370Z is powered by a 332-horsepower, 3.7-liter V6. The engine features Variable Valve Event and Lift (VVEL®) technology that continuously tunes valve timing for quicker response and optimal fuel efficiency. All this engineering may sound intriguing on paper, but the exhilaration from idle to the 7,500-rpm redline is pure magic.
19" RAYS® forged wheels
Connecting the 19" Dunlop® SP Sport Maxx® GT650 tires to the chassis are staggered-width 19" x 9.5" front and 19" x 10.5" rear NISMO® forged wheels by RAYS®.
NISMO® AERODYNAMIC BODY DESIGN
The body of the 370Z NISMO® Tech provides significant downforce, but doesn't compromise on aerodynamics. Extensive wind-tunnel testing was used to minimize drag - often a by-product of high-downforce designs - to create a vehicle that is both sleek and aggressive.
VIBRATION DAMPERS AND CHASSIS REINFORCEMENTS
The 370Z NISMO® Tech features special chassis dampers mounted up front on the frame rail and in back under the cargo area. These dampers help control body vibrations for better control and precise steering, while braces on the front strut towers improve overall body rigidity.
Poised to devour a day at the track, the aggressive, competition-tuned independent suspension will satisfy even the most demanding drivers. [*] Up front and in back, we’ve added stiffer springs that decrease travel and help limit body roll.
NISSAN SPORT BRAKES WITH 4-PISTON FRONT CALIPERS
To keep those 350 horses in check, the 370Z NISMO® Tech features massive 14" 4-piston front brakes and 13.8" 2-piston rear brakes - the largest brakes ever offered on a 370Z. It also takes a page from the GT-R® playbook, sporting high-rigidity brake hoses and performance brake fluid.
STORAGE FOR THE REAL WORLD
The rear cargo area offers plenty of open space for the important things in life - like golf clubs. An available retractable cargo cover helps keep things out of sight. Inside the cabin, clever built-in storage means everything has a place, and a hidden compartment behind the passenger's seat helps conceal valuables.
To create additional downforce that helps the driver maintain stability at very high speeds, the 370Z NISMO Tech features a front fascia that has been given a track-tested redesign, while the rear diffuser and spoiler have also been reworked.
2018 Nissan 370Z Coupe - Safety
SAFETY SHIELD® PHILOSOPHY
Like every Nissan vehicle, the 370Z comes equipped with a suite of standard safety, driving, and convenience features designed to inspire confidence behind the wheel, and help make every ride better, safer, and more enjoyable.
The available RearView Monitor uses a discreet color camera on the back of your vehicle to help you see what's directly behind you via the Information Center monitor. On-screen guidelines move along with steering input.
Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) & and Traction Control System (TCS)
When it detects oversteer or understeer, VDC can reduce engine power and apply brake pressure to specific wheels. Working with VDC, TCS can sense rear-wheel spin and reduce throttle to help keep you on your steered path.