It’s official, ladies and gents: the Nissan 370Z will be sold in the Philippines and will be available starting April. Just a few days after releasing photos of its sports car on Metro Manila soil, Nissan Philippines has now announced the official specs and prices of the 370Z.
As expected, the PH-spec 370Z will pack a VQ37 3.7-liter V6 engine under its hood. This engine generates 332hp and 363Nm of torque and is mated to either a six-speed manual transmission with a SynchroRev matching system, or a seven-speed automatic tranny with magnesium paddle shifters and a Downshift Rev Matching feature. Underneath are Nissan sport brakes, a limited-slip differential, and a carbon-fiber composite driveshaft.
Other standard exterior features include bi-xenon HID headlamps, LED daytime running lamps, 19-inch RAYS forged alloy wheels, dual exhausts, and a rear spoiler. Inside, four-way power-adjustable sport seats, eight-speaker Bose sound system, push-start ignition, and sports pedals also come standard.
If the 332 horses don’t quite do it for you, you can opt for more oomph with the 370Z Nismo. Its engine has been tuned to 339hp and 371Nm and is exclusively mated to the seven-speed automatic setup. Like all Nismo-spec models, this one is fitted with motorsport-inspired design elements, like the front and rear bumpers, side sills, rear spoiler, and door mirrors.
The 370Z Nismo’s interior is a bit different, too. with Nismo-styled Recaro sport seats, an Alcantara leather-wrapped steering wheel, a Nismo red tachometer, and Nismo badging around the cabin.
So, for the prices: the 370Z starts at just a bit under P3 million for the base manual variant. You can check out the full price list below:
2020 Nissan 370Z
- Nissan 370Z Premium MT - P2,779,000
- Nissan 370Z Premium AT - P2,879,000
- Nissan 370Z Nismo - P3,888,000
“Nissan has a proven heritage of producing some of the most iconic sports cars in the world, and we’re very excited to celebrate this legacy with the Nissan 370Z. The Nissan 370Z has brought great innovation to the sports car segment, showcasing the perfect combination of practicality and performance,” said Nissan Philippines president and managing director Atsushi Najima. “We are very happy to turn the ‘sports car dream’ into a reality for Filipinos everywhere this April, as we introduce the Nissan 370z into the market. We are looking forward to sharing this with Filipinos craving for a new and thrilling driving experience.”
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