Unbeknownst to anyone, the mechanicals, driveline, susp are all from the new 400Z. Someone better check under the hood and under the car. Test market.
I wonder how much they'll actually sell now that it's clear that the new car is coming.
Congratulations to the Philippines, Which Can Finally Buy the Nissan 370Z as of This MonthWelcome to the Twilight Zone, where the old is new.www.thedrive.com
Just in case you forgot that the world we live in has turned into the Twilight Zone this year, I've come bearing a modicum of more strange news: this month, Nissan decided to launched the 370Z—an 11-year-old car—as a brand-new offering in the Philippines.
Nissan has a history of being conservative with its vehicle offerings in the Filipino market. It wasn't until late-2016 that Nissan even offered the GT-R for sale in the country, but according to a Nissan spokesperson, the response for the automaker's most premium sports car platform was so great that it convinced the brand the 370Z—for years later.
I'm honestly happy for the Filipinos who have been dying to get behind the wheel of a rear-drive, row-your-own Nissan sports car.
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