Nissan to launch 370Z sports car in India in 2010

Designed as a replacement to the 350Z, the 370Z’s styling is evolutionary. Overall, the 370Z — which was developed under the code name C53D — keeps the same general shape as the 350Z. As previously speculated, the newest Z receives a “boomerang” headlight treatment similar to the design seen on the 2009 Maxima.

The 370Z uses the same VQ37VHR powerplant found in the Infiniti G37 — a V6 displacing 3.7-litre — delivering 332 horsepower and 26 mpg on the highway. Those 332 horses will be sent to the 370Z’s rear wheels via either a seven-speed automatic or a six-speed manual gearbox. Of note, the six-speed 370Z will be the first vehicle to offer a synchronized downshift rev matching system with a manual transmission.

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