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Nissan 370Z Project Clubsport 23 revealed for SEMA
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31st Oct 2018
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Nissan 370Z Project Clubsport 23 revealed for SEMA

Nissan has revealed its 370Z Project Clubsport 23 for this year's SEMA show, headlined by a twin-turbo engine and a range of performance accessories that could soon be available to customers. Featuring a combination of OEM, aftermarket and bespoke parts, the Clubsport 23 project car "is an ongoing parts development platform", as the company hopes it previews the potential customisation options for current owners.
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James Wong
CarAdvice podcast 65: VACC boss talks on Australia's automotive industry report
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11th Aug 2017

CarAdvice podcast 65: VACC boss talks on Australia's automotive industry report

Mike Costello joins Mandy Turner this week to cover the biggest car news of the week. Mazda is launching compression-ignition in 2019 and has announced autonomous tech plans. Meanwhile, Mazda and Toyota have bought shares in each other, and announced a joint US factory. Nissan has announced pricing for its 370Z Nismo and slashed 370Z prices, the Renault Zoe will launch two variants for Australia, and Sergio Marchionne says the Ferrari crossover will "probably happen”.
Nissan sports car plan "not yet fully cooked"
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15th Dec 2016
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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.
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David Zalstein
Nissan Australia CEO "frustrated" by ongoing Nismo launch delay
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28th Jan 2016
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Nissan Australia CEO "frustrated" by ongoing Nismo launch delay

The head of Nissan Australia says he – like many fans of the Japanese car maker's motorsport and performance arm – is "frustrated" by the continued delay in Nismo being confirmed for our market.
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