Nissan has revealed pricing for the 370Z 50th Anniversary revealed in New York, along with details about the 2020 model range for its sports car stalwart.
The 2020 model year doesn't see any major upgrades to the ageing Zed, but there are a few things keeping it fresh – headlined by the arrival of the 50th Anniversary model revealed earlier this year in New York.
Priced from $53,490 before on-road costs with a six-speed manual (the seven-speed automatic adds $2500), the 50th Anniversary celebrates (you guessed it) five decades since the Z badge first appeared on the 240Z.
There are two exterior options: a white body with red decals and a red roofline, or silver with black detailing. The car rides on unique 19-inch alloy wheels with red rings, and there are 50th Anniversary badges scattered around the exterior.
Inside, the 50th gets unique 'Z' detailing on the seats, red stitching around the doors, instrument cluster, and steering wheel, a red shift knob, and unique badging throughout.
Power still comes from a naturally-aspirated 3.7-litre V6 making 245kW and 363Nm, put exclusively to the rear wheels. The engine is shared with the regular 370Z range.
Speaking of which, the standard 370Z maintains its $50,490 before on-roads starting price, while the Roadster still kicks off at $61,490 before on-road costs.
Sitting atop the range, the 370Z Nismo has 8kW/8Nm more than the regular model. It's been treated to racier body add-ons, additional body bracing, a set of 19-inch alloy wheels, and a performance suspension setup. Pricing kicks off at $61,990 before on-road costs.
2020 Nissan 370Z pricing
- 370Z coupe - $50,490
- 370Z Roadster - $61,490
- 370Z 50th Anniversary - $53,490
- 370Z Nismo - $61,990
Automatic adds $2500. All prices exclude on-road costs.