Nissan has officially launched the highly-anticipated Z34 370Z in Australia, and in the process revealed pricing for the delectably-styled coupe.
While available in a number of different spec levels overseas, the 370Z will be sold in just two flavours 'Downunder': manual, or automatic.
That's not a bad thing though, for despite being offered in just one trim level the Aussie 370Z packs a huge amount of kit into its curvaceous bod.There's that 245kW 3.7 litre V6, for one, as well as a viscous limited-slip differential, four-piston Akebono brake discs, satellite navigation, leather interior, power seats, Bose stereo and the fancy-pants SynchroRev Match system for manual-equipped models. All standard.
The only things we miss out on are the tasty 19-inch forged Rays alloys that are available on the top-line models in the USA and Japan, but with the 370Z retailing at $67,990 for the manual and $70,990 for the automatic (less than the outgoing 350Z Track), it's a damn good deal as it stands.
TMR's own Tim O'Brien is currently out hammering a 370Z through the South Australian hills, so be sure to come back soon and check out his First Drive report. It should be a cracker.