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The only thing that happens This 400-HP Nissan 370Z SEMA project car makes me feel tired

All photo credits: Nissan Look. Look at the smelly orange and modded Nissan 370Z. It has been replaced with a…

All photo credits: Nissan

Look. Look at the smelly orange and modded Nissan 370Z. It has been replaced with a double turbo V6 that makes 400 horsepower. It has a manual. A manual! But rather than excitement or joy, this car only gives a deep sense of sadness.

It’s called Project Clubsport 23, built by Nissan Motorsports and MA Motorsports. They started by finding a 201

2 Nissan 370Z Nismo donor car and released the 3.0-liter VR30DDTT twin turbo V6 into it. And since the VR30DDTT had never been fitted with a six-speed manual gearbox before, MA Motorsports must create a clutch disc, lid and flywheel to connect with the Nismo GT LSD Pro-Carbon 2-way differential.

There is also a tailor-made dual exhaust system with high-mounted exhaust outlet, which looks Cool. The rest of the mods include upcoming Nismo brake pads and stainless steel brakes, Nismo suspension components and Nismo cast aluminum alloys. There are also Nismo body panels, carbon fiber splitter, modified rear pump and a carbon fiber hood with the main pin.

If everything sounds too good to be true, it’s because it’s. The car is not for sale. At least not for the moment. Nissan created it for SEMA as a project car and said it

Depending on interest rates, Nissan Motorsports can offer a “builders kit” that consists of hard parts and electrical components to help customers build their own ultimate Z-car.

Why should not there be any interest in this? This is 370Z of tuner dreams! It looks great, has a good audio engine and three pedals. This is what Z fans have been looking for, especially since Nissan’s sports line has become outdated late. GT-R is too expensive and 370Z is oooooold news man.

It’s amazing that they did 370Z for this amazing thing, but you know what would be bigger? If they did it right and sold it to people. And to show it on SEMA, a fair is not really open to the public just to add insult to injury.

It’s not just Infiniti. It’s also Nissan: Put up or shut up.

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