New Car: 2011 Nissan 370Z GT Edition

Built to celebrate Nissan's global racing success and mark the 40th anniversary of Z cars on British roads, the new 370Z GT Edition promises to be the best handling version yet.

Inspired by its 1970s forebearer, the newcomer features a set of eye-catching racing stripes down both sides, darker 19-inch RAYS alloys, and a trio of special paint finishes - Pearl White, Kuro Black and Black Rose.

Extra kit for the GT Edition includes a reversing camera that appears in the sat-nav screen and a new tyre pressure monitoring system, as well as a new 'snow' setting for the seven-speed automatic gearbox, which sets the car off in second gear and controls engine revs, to prevent spinning the wheels in slippery conditions.

However changes aren't purely cosmetic - the latest addition to the line-up has been fettled by Nissan's UK engineers, who have retuned the dampers to help provide "the ideal balance the ride comfort and high-speed handling" and added underfloor insulation to help increase refinement.

The newcomer is available to order now, with the first deliveries expected in June. Prices start at £35,000 - around £2,150 more than the standard GT Pack automatic. For more details click here.

Thanks to: Auto Express


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