COBRA N+ Nissan 370Z Released

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The German tuning company Cobra has developed a series of aesthetic and performance modifications for the Nissan 370Z.The Cobra N+ package consists of multiple carbon fiber parts, including covers for the outside rearview mirrors, a front spoiler add-on, a diffuser insert, and a set of custom cutouts for the two large pipes of the bespoke exhaust system also included in the kit.

The COBRA N+ sports exhaust features one 115 x 90 mm tailpipe of either side, offering customers the choice to order an exhaust sound control system.

Alternatively available is a version with an electronically controlled flap and two round 120-mm tailpipes. It allows selecting an exhaust note for the V6 engine ranging from discrete sportiness to pure racing sound at the push of the button on the radio remote,” stated the press release.

The Cobra N+ Nissan 370Z also comes with a custom-tailored 19 inch tire/wheel combination, which can be combined with lowering springs and a sport suspension setup.

In sizes 9Jx19 with size 255/40 ZR 19 high-performance tires in front and 10Jx19 in back with size 285/35 ZR 19 tires they make perfect use of the available space beneath the wheel arches. Customers can also choose between COBRA N+ sport springs for a ride-height lowering of the roadster by some 30 millimeters and two height-adjustable COBRA N+ coil-over sport suspensions. The suspensions are made from stainless steel and come with either adjustable rebound or with adjustable bound and rebound. Both versions lower the ride height of coupe and roadster by between 20 and 40 millimeters on front and rear axle,” stated the press release.

You can "feel" the exaust system's powers in the video bellow:

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