Heritage Edition of the revised 2018 370Z celebrates 50 years of Nissan’s Z cars

The 2018 Nissan 370Z has been previewed in the 370Z Heritage Edition, which has been unveiled at the New York motor show.

The Heritage Edition is marked out from the regular 370Z by gloss silver or black graphics along with yellow cabin trim matching car's exterior.

The tweaks applied to the 2018 model year car include revisions to the head and tail-light clusters. Manual gearbox-equipped models also receive a new high-performance clutch from aftermarket parts supplier Exedy.

The Heritage Edition 370Z will be available to US customers later this year. Nissan remains tight-lipped on when the new 370Z will be arriving in the UK, although a reveal at the Frankfurt motor show, which is set to be one of this year’s biggest, is likely.

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10 April 2017
Good works Halfords.
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14 April 2017
A few tweaks including performance wise and not just a facelift would definitely entice new and loyal customers who are always up for a better machine. Even so, attractive car deals would still be appreciated especially during the car's first few phases of its release. It also depends on the market as well especially in view of fluctuating economy everywhere.

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