In an effort to one-up its prior track-equipped winter concepts, the Nissan 370Zki adds a new element to the formula -- skis.   

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The 370Zki (pronounced "370-Ski") sports a set of American Track Truck skis up front.

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Out back, the skis are complemented by a set of Dominator tracks from the same company.

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Nissan had to remove the entire drivetrain from the 370Z Roadster while the company fabricated a custom 3-inch lift kit.   

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Custom suspension mounts were required in the rear.

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The brakes are stock, but the lines had to be routed, and the rear wheel wells required additional work to have enough clearance for the tracks. 

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The front suspension was lightly modified for the taller ride height, and the automaker had to fabricate some adapters to make sure the front skis could actually turn.

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The interior is stock, as is the 370Zki's 332-horsepower, 3.7-liter V6.     

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There's a vinyl body wrap and yellow tints on the headlights, too. 

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Keep scrolling to check out even more pictures of Nissan's wild winter whip.

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