The base-model 370Z features AM/FM, CD, and SiriusXM audio sources with an auxiliary audio input. Our Touring with Navigation model adds USB, iPod, Bluetooth audio streaming, and DVD playback to that list.
Hands-free calling via Bluetooth isn't available on the base model, but the 370Z Touring adds it to the list of standard features. The system maintains separate phonebooks for the vehicle and your paired handset, but won't let you access the handset's contacts while the vehicle is in motion.
The hard-core Nissan Z may be as pure as sports cars come, but it also faces competition from the likes of the 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 R-Spec, which isn't as sharp a performer, but is much more comfortable and easier to live with from day to day.