The 2020 Nissan 370Z does not have many significant changes compared to its predecessor. This car returned with new paint colors and not much else. The Nissan Z be offering three different level of trim, which are the base, Sport, and Sport Touring. All versions are powered by the same 3.7-liter V-6 that generates 332 horsepower. The detailed rumors and information of this fast car are explained as below.
2020 Nissan 370z Exterior and Interior Redesign
The 2020 370Z offers a few new colors and the Heritage Edition will be available in black and white instead of yellow. Other than that, the car remains the same as reviewed last year. Last year the Z had new headlights, a lower rear fascia and new taillights, and new wheels. Those features don’t change in the 2020 model and the upcoming 370Z remains having teardrop shape originally from their early-’70s debut.
Inside the cabin, this car is lack of space for its back seat and cargo room, but still this car is able to offer seating that is wide and well-padded, suitable for a variety of body types. The convertible models have the advantage of a soft top that opens and closes quickly.
All 2020 370Z trim models will be featured with Bluetooth, keyless ignition, a six-speaker stereo, and 18-inch wheels. However, these car do not offer forward-collision warnings or Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Touring models will be added with leather seating with heating and cooling, Bose audio, a 7-inch touchscreen, rearview camera, and noise cancellation. Sport Touring-the version we’d own-gets 19-inch wheels, bigger brakes, a limited-slip differential, and better tires.
2020 Nissan 370z Car Engine and Safety Features, Price, and Release Date
The 2020 370Z keeps the 3.7-liter V-6 across the board, with a few differences in power output depending on model. This engine will generate up to 332 horsepower. The power is delivered through either a 6-speed manual or 7-speed automatic transmission. This sport car will be equipped with active noise cancellation systems that balance out some of the engine’s harsher tones with much more better and pleasant notes.
The fuel economy of 2020 Nissan 370z reach 19 mpg city, 26 highway, and 22 combined. Convertibles reach 18/25/21 mpg for automatics and 17/24/20 mpg for manuals.
For its safety features, there won’t be many updates and changes. The 370Z lacks most advanced safety features that other vehicles in its class and price range offer. This sport car is not equipped with blind-spot monitors and adaptive cruise control on any models. Unluckily, there is no plenty information about price and release date of 2020 Nissan 370z.