2020 Nissan 370Z® Coupe
The Holding Layer helps you hold you in place during spirited driving with anti-slip material on the seat cushions and integrated knee pads on both sides of the centre console. The uniquely bolstered driver’s seat provides enhanced support.
You just might want to drive your 370Z® endlessly, and you’re going to need proper back support to do it. Adjustable lumbar support and available heated seats are standard on the Touring and the Touring Coupe.
At the Operation Layer, everything is easily reached and operated: the Centre console controls are shaped to be identified by touch, the low Centre armrest cover facilitates shifting, and the “kidney-shaped” steering wheel rim fits your hands to connect you directly to the 370Z®.
From the Information Layer, you see everything at a glance: the windshield pillar has been minimized to improve outward vision, an oval steering wheel with large gauges enhances viewing, and gauges that adjust with the steering column are always easy to see.
The rear cargo area offers plenty of open space for the important things in life – like golf clubs. A retractable cargo cover helps keep things out of sight. Inside the cabin, clever built-in storage means everything has a place, and a hidden compartment behind the passenger’s seat helps conceal valuables. []
A low centre of gravity and a wide stance give it ultra-responsive handling and enhanced cornering. The relatively short wheelbase and overall length of the 370Z® make for incredible maneuverability. But you still need to stop, so the 370Z® Sport comes equipped with 14” front rotors and the gripping power of 4-piston front calipers.
All 370Z® models feature zero front lift. If you’re after even more performance, go with the Sport Package. It includes a lower front chin aero deflector and rear spoiler for zero rear lift.
To harness all 332 hp, our engineers improved the design and material composites for key rotating components. The 19” RAYS® forged alloy wheels are stronger and lighter than typical cast wheels. And the reduced-fibre composite driveshaft helps the engine rev more quickly.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
When it comes to tire pressure, TPMS takes away the guesswork. Using an icon on your dash, the system notifies you when tires aren't properly inflated. []
Automatic On/Off Headlights
Automatic On/Off Headlights respond to light conditions outside, turning on or off when necessary, and leaving you to concentrate on the road ahead.
Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) & and Traction Control System (TCS)
When it detects oversteer or understeer, VDC can reduce engine power and apply brake pressure to specific wheels. Working with VDC, TCS can sense rear-wheel spin and reduce throttle to help keep you on your steered path. []
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
When you need to stop in a hurry, the Anti-lock Braking System pumps the brakes faster than you possibly can, helping to prevent wheel lockup and maintain steering control.
Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist []
Should you ever need to hit the brakes hard, Brake Assist will help you come to a quicker stop by applying maximum braking force. If you’ve got cargo in the trunk, EBD will detect the added weight, and send extra force to the rear brakes.
Nissan Advanced Air Bag System
Nissan's Advanced Air Bag System includes dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt sensors and an occupant classification sensor. Their inflation rate adjusts based on crash severity and seat belt usage. []
Supplemental Air Bags
Built into the front seats, side-impact supplemental air bags move with you as you adjust your seating position. Above, roof-mounted curtain side-impact supplemental air bags help provide head protection for outboard occupants. [*]
Front-seat Active Head Restraints (AHR)
Front-seat Active Head Restraints help reduce the chances of whiplash injuries to front-seat occupants by moving up and forward during certain rear-end collisions.