Succeeding the 350Z, the Nissan 370Z was launched in 2008 as the sixth-generation member of the Nissan Z-car lineup. The 370Z was designed by Randy Rodriguez and featured a front aluminum subframe, an all-aluminum hood, aluminum door panels, an aluminum hatch, and an aluminum-alloy cradle for the engine. Both automatic and manual transmission systems are used for the 370Z, with two-door coupe and two-door roadster available as body style options.
The 370Z Coupe and Roadster began being sold in 2009 and came with standard features like a Bluetooth hands-free phone system, Bose sound systems with subwoofers, and automatic climate control. For the roadster, a soft-top roof is included and a Touring model is introduced that came with a touchscreen navigation system, iPod connectivity, and a harddrive for music playback and storage.
In 2012, the Nissan 370Z received an update. New features for the 2013 model year include a refreshed front fascia that has vertical LED daytime lights, a new 18-inch design for the 370Z Coupe’s wheels, and two new colors for the body (Midnight Blue and Magma Red), while models equipped with the sport package came with new 19-inch wheels, better shock absorbers, and red-coloured brakes. The new 370Z coupe and roadster were revealed at the Paris Motor Show and began being sold in June 2012.