Nissan 370Z Pictures Released


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Finally, highly anticipated and official Nissan 370Z Pictures were released earlier this week. I was a fan of the 350Z when it came out purely because it had been such a long time since the last 300ZX turned heads, but within 2 years it’s looks and styling seem to fade into the boring crowd. The 350Z doesn’t do for me what the 300ZX still does. This freshly designed 370Z reminds me of a Datsun 240Z especially around its ass end shape.


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