Autech-tuned Nissan Fairlady 370Z NISMO On Sale

nissan 370z nismo version autech Here’s some more retro car news, this time for the Zedheads. Nissan’s in-house tuner Autech has just released the Fairlady Z Version NISMO.

It’s not quite the monster the Z432 was for the original S30 chassis, with only a 19PS increase (up to 355PS) over stock, but you do get a harder-core suspension with Yamaha performance dampers, redesigned exhaust, and transmission tweaks. Most noticeably, the wind-tunnel tested aerodynamics improve over the stock vampire/catfish front end. Inside, the speedometer now reads a 280kph max, along with a host of other cosmetic upgrades like red stitching on the leather seats, a unique engine cover and the all-important serial number badge. All this costs a jaw-dropping ¥4.935 million (about $52,000), which is not as bad as our original miscalculation thought, but still somewhat pricey for a Z.

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5 Responses to Autech-tuned Nissan Fairlady 370Z NISMO On Sale

  1. sr-fairladyz said:

    “$155,000″……………. That’s all I have to say.

  2. Ben said:

    And that’s saying a lot!

    And actually I calculated wrong – it’s $157,000! :shock:

  3. Jeff said:

    Confused…. Looks like 4.935 million Yen is US $51,607.65. Did I miss something?

  4. Sr-FairladyZ said:

    $51K, That’s more like it. Get on the ball, ben. ;)

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