Yellow Nissan 370Z Shines this Fall

Japanese manufacture Nissan's UK branch has announced the release of a limited edition of the Nissan 370Z, meant to pay tribute to the European GT4 series. Although the exact number of lemons to be brought to the market has not been released, the manufacturer will be available starting September, with prices starting from £31,650 (manual gears) or £33,050 (automatic).

Of course, the fact they are painted in Ultimate Yellow is not the only feature which makes the 370Z unique. Based on the 370Z GT Pack, the Yellows feature 9-inch RAYS forged alloy wheels and special 370Z graphics.

On the inside, the black leather and suede are enhanced by illuminated entry plates and the special mats. Comfort and infotainment are insured by BOSE audio with eight speakers, a six-CD autochanger and an integrated satellite navigation system.

The engine on the other hand features no enhancements. The 370Z is powered by a V6 engine, developing 331 PS at 7,000 rpm and 270 lb.-ft. of torque. Equipped with a six-speed manual box, the sports car sprints from rest to 62mph in 5.3sec and goes on to an electronically limited speed top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h). Optionally, the 370Z also comes with a a seven-speed automatic transmission.

"Ultimate Yellow is the paint job and it signals a 370Z with everything that people expect of the 331PS sportster along with a rare exclusivity – there will be a limited number of Yellows available – and a potent visual impact that takes the 370Z’s muscular looks to new heights. Some cars were just born to be yellow," Nissan said in a release.

As we said, the yellow Nissan 370Z will be available starting September at High Performance Centers in the UK.
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