New Nissan 370Z Spied at Testing in Germany

9 10 2008

Spy photographers caught the new redesigned Nissan 370Z at testing near Nürburgring. All changes we can see in these photos, with the triangle-style headlights and taillights first seen on the new Maxima. The totality fronted end is new but retains a visual connection with its predecessor, while big fender flares give away that the new car might be rolling on a wider pathway.

There are also a few more kinks and creases on the new car, which are on parade in the thick C-pillar. We think it looks marvelous as an attractive evolution of the tide 350Z. The new car will change its nomenclature slightly to 370Z when it debuts this vehicle show term thank to the addition of Nissan’s new 3.7L V6 that will be producing well over 300hp.

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Word has it that Nissan has also worked hard to address one of the prime criticisms against the current car: heaviness. We’ll doubtless have more spy shots of the 370Z as quickly as Nissan begins running it around the ‘Ring, and wouldn’t be amazed to see the car officially debut at LA Auto Show.

UPDATED: with new interior spy shot

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