About Nissan 350Z
The Nissan 350Z is a two-door, two-seater sports car. The car was launched in 2002 and was sold and marketed as a 2003 model from August 2002. Only the coupe was produced in the first year of production, and the roadster did not appear on the market until the following year. The coupe was initially offered in Base, Enthusiast, Performance, Touring, and Track versions. The roadster was only produced in Enthusiast and Touring versions. The design, which was a modern version of the 240Z, was not to the liking of its creators. The concept was largely based on a sketch by Manny Baker of Nissan's California design studio. It was a bright orange two-seater with an inverted rear end. It was a fully functional car with a KA24DE four-cylinder engine. It was not considered a worthy successor to the series. The original 240Z inspired the designers. And the concept itself was created in 12 weeks.
The Nissan 350Z is a two-door FWD sports car designed in 2000 by Ajay Panchal of Nissan Design America in San Diego. The interior features brushed aluminum accents. The main control unit was mounted directly on the steering column. So its movement could be adjusted to the steering wheel configuration. The Nissan 350Z did not have a traditional storage box. But there were pockets behind and between the two seats. The Touring model is more luxurious. The Track model has a front spoiler, rear spoiler, traction control, cloth seats, and 18-inch wheels, among other features. In 2005, Nissan launched a 35th anniversary version with a new look and interior.
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The first 35th anniversary models in 2005 carried the original VQ35DE engine. For the 2006 model year, the Nissan 350Z received a mid-cycle facelift. It had a VQ35DE 300 hp/260 TQ "Rev-up" engine. It was introduced in mid-2005 for Track and 35th Anniversary Edition models with a six-speed manual transmission. It was available for all trim levels that had the manual transmission option. Touring and Grand Touring models had standard radio controls, CD MP3 compatibility, and satellite radio became an option. For the 2007 model year, the 350Z was again slightly upgraded. A new VQ35HR V6 engine replaced the VQ35DE V6 motor. Only five examples were produced in Japan to meet homologation requirements for the Super GT series participation. It has a longer front and rear overhangs and various add-ons for aerodynamic purposes.
The Fairlady Z Type F was a version of the Nissan Fairlady Z Coupe and Roadster for the Japanese market. There were six exterior colors avaliable. The interior featured exclusive heated red leather seats, steering wheel, shifter, and handbrake lever. Buyers can choose from Premium Red, Premium Yellow, and Premium Burgundy. The NISMO version of the Nissan 350Z Coupe made its debut at the 2007 New York International Auto Show on April 4. This version has the same engine as the standard Nissan 350Z. The car is also equipped with a Brembo independent suspension with four pistons in front and two in the rear. The process of upgrading the 350Z began when a limited number of chassis rolled off the production line. They were sent to Nissan Tuning Autech, where structural joints were hand-welded to increase body rigidity. It made the 350Z a more affordable vehicle than other trim levels available at the time.