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2018 Nissan 370Z revealed - UPDATE

A lightly revised 2018 Nissan 370Z has been revealed this week for overseas markets, bringing minor styling changes and a new clutch for manual versions. Changes to the coupe's exterior include black door handles and a new rear bumper fascia, while the head and tail-lights get a new dark tint - previously exclusive to the Nismo variant...

Nissan 370Z Nismo: Australian outputs leaked

In pleasing news for Nissan 370Z enthusiasts, CarAdvice has learned that the upcoming 2018 Nissan 370Z Nismo, due to launch locally in the coming weeks, will boast 253kW of power and 371Nm of torque. Up 8kW and 8Nm on the standard – and recently price cut – Nissan 370Z, the outputs (luckily) put the local variant on par with versions offered in the UK and other overseas markets...

2018 Nissan 370Z Nismo pricing announced, 370Z prices slashed - UPDATE

Update - The original version of this article listed 'initial specifications' for the 370Z Nismo, however they were standard features for the standard 370Z. Full specifications for the Nismo variant will be confirmed closer to the model's September launch. Local pricing for the Nissan 370Z Nismo has been announced this week ahead of an "early September arrival", with the racy coupe priced from $61,490 before on-road costs...

2018 Nissan 370Z Heritage Edition revealed for New York motor show

The 2018 Nissan 370Z Heritage Edition has been revealed this week ahead of its debut at the coming New York motor show. Featuring enhancements that will be introduced as part of a 2018 model-year update (for US models at least), the 370Z Heritage Edition honours the 50th anniversary of the Z car, which will take place at the end of the decade - yes, Nissan is celebrating the milestone a couple of years early...

CarAdvice podcast 45: Nissan 370Z vs Ford Mustang

Mandy, Paul and Dave bring you the latest car news of the week, including the 2017 Honda Civic hatch pricing announced, LDV T60 ute is on sale in Australia from October, 2018 Volkswagen Polo has been spied undisguised in South Africa, PSA says Opel purchase part of plan to ‘conquer’ the world, and Mercedes-AMG E43 goes operational with Victoria Police...

Nissan Z car, Toyota Supra concepts reported for Tokyo show unveiling

October's Tokyo motor show could be the most exciting in years, with reports this week suggesting we could see previews of the next Nissan Z car and Toyota's reborn Supra. The new-generation Supra has been a popular topic in the rumour mill since before the JZA80 left us in the early 2000s and, as the 370Z's hair turns silver, talk of a new Z has also been building...

The oldest 'new' cars on sale today

There have been some big-name retirements in the automotive landscape recently – the most prominent of them being the Land Rover Defender. But there are some other models out there that have been kicking around for quite a while, so we thought we’d take a look at some of the oldest ‘new’ cars still on sale...

Nissan sports car plan "not yet fully cooked"

Despite Nissan Silvia production ending in 2002, the GT-R debuting in 2007, and the 370Z first launching in Japan in 2008, the man in charge of Nissan Asia-Pacific, says the Japanese car maker is still "intensively discussing" its future sports car strategy...

Nissan Z crossover still seems likely

Nissan is not denying persistent rumours that the next iteration of the famed Z car — to replace the tired 370Z — will be a higher-riding crossover. When it whipped the covers from the slinky Gripz concept a little over one year ago, Nissan made its proposal quite clear...

Nismo Australia rollout finally on track, 370Z to follow in GT-R's tracks

Nissan Australia is finally ready to roll out its performance-honed Nismo sub-brand locally, after a few years of talk but not much in the way of publicly visible action. As we reported yesterday, first off the mark will be the Nissan GT-R Nismo supercar, a $299,000 monster with GT3 racing turbos, carbon-fibre construction elements and a 0-100km/h sprint time of around 2...

Nissan Australia boss acknowledges importance of sporting past

Aside from GT-R and the ageing 370Z, there’s little doubt that Nissan’s sporting offerings are, at best, slim. Gone are the days of the sporty Pulsar, the S14 and S15 200SX - vehicles that had cult-like status through the 1990s and early 2000s, bolstered by hot low-volume JDM versions, which reached Australia...