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    Nissan Celebrates 50 Years of Nissan Z

      ...Mostly a sticker package, but a darn nice one...

    2020 Nissan 370Z 50th SE 001.jpgNissan is celebrating 50 years of performance credentials with the 2020 Nissan 370Z 50th Anniversary Special Edition.  While it is mostly a sticker and paint package, it will be available on the Base, Sport, Sport Touring, and NISMO models, so customers can pick their own level of performance.  It will come with special 19 inch alloy wheels with red accents. 

    Inside is a Special Edition Alcantara wrapped steering wheel, leather and suede seats, with unique graphics and stitching, and suede door panel inserts.  

    The rest of the 370Z carries over and with it, the history of Nissan performance. 

    We will have more pictures and updates from the New York International Auto Show on April 17th. 

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    4 hours ago, balthazar said:

    I wasn't aware the Z was still in production- I haven't seen any press/advertising it seems like in years.

    WOW, I agree I thought it was a dead product. 

    Never been a ricer racer boy on cars so this while might be nice to fans of this auto, does nothing for me.

    To bad some of our favorite American name plates would not do a big block special edition auto for their products. :P  Would love a SS Pickup with Big Block V8 or an SS Suburban with same 8.0 V8. Course would love me a V series Escalade ESV too.

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