Nissan 370Z unveiling

After a few leaks and private unveilings, the new Z Coupe is finally here.
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Nissan 370Z side

At first glance, the profile of the Z car is unchanged, but a closer look reveals some very drastic changes. For example, the wheel base has been shortened, as has the total nose-to-tail length.
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Nissan 370Z nose

The Z features an all-new front end highlighted by the boomerang-shaped headlamps and GT-R-esque front air dam.
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Nissan 370Z rear

Out back, the taillights get the same boomerang treatment.
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Nissan 370Z rear

The more steeply raked roof transitions into the tail much more gracefully than the rounded roof of the 350Z.
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Nissan 370Z tail

The new Z's smaller body is both lighter and stiffer than the outgoing model, thanks to the use of aluminum and composites throughout the body and a new chassis brace underneath it.
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Nissan 370Z interior

The new Z's cockpit has been revised with cabin tech that will be recognized by those familiar with Infiniti's newest vehicles.
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Nissan 370Z multifunction display

The most obvious change to the gauge cluster is this multifunction display with horizontal fuel and temperature gauges.
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Nissan 370Z steering wheel

The Z's steering wheel features updated controls and paddle shifters (on automatic models).
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Nissan 370Z navigation system

Nissan's navigation system features 9.3GB of space for storing music, as well as XM NavTraffic and iPod integration.
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