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Nissan Black Exclusive Edition To Mark 4 Decades of Famous Z Badge

Four decades, six generations and over a million cars later, Nissan is set to introduce a special celebratory version of the newest two-seater to wear the famous Z badge-the Nissan 370Z.

This black edition is the latest exclusive iteration to mark four decades of the Z badge. The story of Z is filled with positive effects with success not just in the sales charts but on racetracks and award ceremonies.

The black edition comes as a great standard with Nissan’s next generation combined system of audio and navigation offering improved ease of operation along with several new and updated features.

The new generation navigation system that comes with the black edition allows the connection of USB for portable audio devices. At the same time, DVD’s can also be played on the centrally mounted navigation screen whereas the external audio and video devices can be connected with the VTR connections which are found in the central storage box.

The two-seaters will be launched in Europe from April and will be easily identifiable due to its unique metallic Scratch Shield paint. This paint can heal the finish where there is a case of stone chip damage.

The Black edition sits on 19 in dark grey aluminum forged wheels. This contrast is available with red leather and suede on the seats as well as door inserts. To match that, the leather steering and knee pads come with red stitching.

The 370Z is powered by a 324 bhp 3.7 liter V6 which is capable of 0-100 km/h in 5.3 seconds.

Customers can order Nissan 370ZBlack Edition from all the Nissan High Performance Centers. The prices start from 33,645$ for the manual and 35,045$ for the automatic transmission.


Nissan 370Z Black Edition
Forty years ago the Datsun 240Z sports coupé went of sale for the first time, and to mark the passage of four decades since then the company now known as Nissan has created an anniversary edition of its current Z car, the 370Z.It comes with a choice of black or quartz colour schemes, both using Nissan's self-healing Scratch Shield.
Posted by Kapil Arora