2021 Nissan 370Z: Renderings, Trim Levels, Nismo

The forthcoming 2021 Nissan 370Z is getting further refreshments. Japanese manufacturer knows that its Z lineup needs refreshment. The current generation is present for years now, so Nissan will provide a couple of improvements to its car. 370Z could be replaced in the future, and new model could arrive under the name “400Z”. This is just a rumor, and honestly, we don’t believe in such stories. This model looks very upscale and sporty.

On top of that, you can opt for the Sport model. Furthermore, Nismo variant is also available, and it looks sportier than the Sport model. Under the hood, 370Z continues with its potent V6 engine. For 2021, this car will get a couple of visual updates. Additionally, a couple of mechanical upgrades are about to happen, as well.

2021 Nissan 370Z exterior

2021 370Z Trim Levels

The all-new 2021 Nissan 370Z comes in four different trim levels. The base model comes with 18-inch wheels, summer performance tires, and LED taillights. On top of that, LED running lights and xenon headlamps are in the offer. A rearview camera, cloth upholstery, automatic climate control, and keyless ignition are a part of standard equipment too.

Sport coupe trim will provide updated brakes, 19-inch wheels, and limited-slip differential. On top of that, this trim level offers heated mirrors and new rev-matching downshift system. Sport coupe also comes with rear deck spoiler and eight-speaker premium Bose sound system.

370Z Sport Touring will sacrifice performance for more luxury. It comes with leather upholstery, upgraded interior, more chrome accents, and heated front seats. On top of that, seats are four-way adjustable and are offering lumbar support. A 7-inch touchscreen comes as standard, and it adds navigation and a new interface. Bose audio system, voice controls, and satellite radio are also available. Basically, if you want more luxury from the inside, this is a model for you.

Finally, the 2021 370Z Nismo is the range-topping trim level. This model adds more power, and it offers the same or even more equipment than Sport trim. Nismo will provide sport-tuned suspension, unique tires, and racing clutch. Aerodynamics are better, and Recaro sports seats are standard. The steering wheel is wrapped in simulated-suede trim, and you will also get updated electronics.

Rendering Photos

Newest rendering photos are online. The forthcoming 2021 Nissan 370Z could primarily benefit from the latest exterior upgrades. The highlight of the new model could be its simple design. New wheels and fenders are looking astonishing and extremely sporty. On the same photos we can see slightly different shape and lower ride height.

Aerodynamics are perfect, and the hood looks longer. Black rims and unique headlights are contributing to such a high level of sportiness. Of course, this is just a render, and while it would be nice to see such upgrades on the production model, it seems very unlikely.

2021 Nissan 370Z rendering

Performances and Nismo Variant

The new company’s two-seat sports car will continue to ride on the same 3.7-liter V6. This engine delivers 332 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque. On top of that, a six-speed manual gearbox is standard, while a seven-speed automatic transmission is optional. In Nismo variant, this V6 is producing 350 hp and 276 lb-ft of twists.

Nismo also adds better aerodynamics, new suspension, wheels, and tires. Moreover, 370Z Nismo reaches 60 mph mark in five seconds. Finally, its top speed is rated at 155 mph, and Adaptive Shift Control system is offered as standard.

2021 Nissan 370Z Nismo

2021 Nissan 370Z Price and Release Date

The price of the 2021 Nissan 370Z Nismo starts at $30,000. On the other hand, the range-topping Nismo trim level will cost around $47,000. Nissan’s new model will hit the dealerships in the first half of 2020 as a model for 2021. On top of that, you can still buy a special 50th Anniversary Edition.

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