With the 50th Anniversary Edition package, the 370Z features a unique livery that Nissan says pays homage to the BRE Datsun racers of the late 60s and early 70s. Available in either a White/Red or Silver/Black paint job, the model features door stripes, 50th Anniversary badging, black mirror caps, and red accents on the wheels. The model is based on the Sport trim, which is one level higher than the base model, but comes without the Sport front chin and rear spoiler. Inside, you’ll find more badging on the seatbacks, console, tachometer, and kick plates. Seats made with leather and synthetic suede complete the red accented interior.
The package costs an extra $2,600 over the Sport model. When paired with a seven-speed automatic instead of a six-speed manual, the 50th-anniversary model costs $38,565.
The least you’ll pay for a 370Z is $30,985, making it quite a bit more expensive than the base Ford Mustang ($27,490) and Chevrolet Camaro ($26,495). Nismo models sit at the top of the lineup, priced from $46,685. These cars upgrade from 332 hp to 350 hp and feature a sportier suspension.
The 2020 Nissan 370Z is already on sale.
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