The revised 2013 Nissan 370Z which debuted at the 2012 Chicago Auto show is scheduled to go on sale nationwide next June. The 370Z will once again be available in Coupe, Roadster and NISMO Z configurations.
The update for the new Nissan 370Z include:Refreshed front fascia with vertical LED daytime running lights, Red reflector added to rear fascia (replaces previous black center cover), Revised 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels (Sport Package equipped models), New 18-inch wheels for 370Z Coupe, Red-finished brake calipers (Sport Package equipped models), Dark-finish fuel gauge trim, Euro-tuned shock absorbers (Sport Package equipped models), and two new exterior colors – Magma Red and Midnight Blue.
The NISMO 370Z also adds a new Bose® Premium Audio Package with two additional speakers and two subwoofers, premium gun metallic dark-finish 19-inch wheels, and Nissan GT-R style high-rigidity brake hoses and performance brake fluid. The NISMO 370Z does not adopt the new front fascia/rear reflector, Euro-tuned shocks or Midnight Blue exterior color.
As in 2012, the 2013 Nissan 370Z Coupe and 370Z Coupe Touring will each be available with a standard 332-horsepower 3.7-liter DOHC V6 engine and choice of 6-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed automatic transmission. The 2013 370Z Roadster and 370Z Roadster Touring will be offered with the same engine but with the 6-speed manual offered only with the Touring model (the 7-speed automatic transmission is available with both).
The Nissan NISMO 370Z, a tuner-Z® enthusiast’s dream, will once again cap off the lineup – offering racing-inspired exterior and interior styling, a specially tuned suspension and unique super-lightweight forged alloy wheels. Its 3.7-liter DOHC V6 engine is matched with an exclusive H-configured exhaust system design, muffler tuning and optimized ECM (Engine Computer Module) control – creating 350 horsepower and 276 lb-ft of torque. Only one transmission is available, a close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission with standard SynchroRev Match®, which allows rev-matched heel-toe-like downshifting.