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Tomorrow night in Manhattan, Nissan will officially drop the top on the new 370Z Roadster, but before then, a teaser site is up with a singular image of the convertible Z for the world to see. A webcast of the event will take place tomorrow at 7 PM EST, where the 370Z Roadster will be shown alongside the NISMO variant of the new Z car.

The convertible Z will be fitted with a power-retractable soft-top rather than the all-too-fashionable folding hard-top, which should keep both weight and complexity in check. The NISMO version is expected to be equipped with a new aero package, along with upgraded suspension, braking and rolling stock and possibly a few tweaks underhood. We'll be on hand Tuesday evening with cameras and laptops in hand, so check back tomorrow for all the details.


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      • 5 Years Ago
      so...many...photoshoped...sparkles!!! GAH!!!!!!!!

      Interested to see how the car looks in both vert and NISMO trim
      • 5 Years Ago
      Thats gotta be the most amateur looking website I've seen in while.
      • 5 Years Ago
      I hope it looks better the previous. It just looked off. This might be the last 300+hp one for a while, go CAFE!, :-(
      • 5 Years Ago
      Wow, more AB posts after 8? And this one after 9? What is the world coming to?! But as for the Z, I hope this one looks better with the top up than the 350 did
        • 5 Years Ago
        In my opinion, the 350 convertible looked terrible top up or down. First I thought that basic shape just doesn't lend itself well to not having a roof, but then the basic shape is more than a little 911-esque and the 911 makes a totally gorgeous convertible so i just don't know. The 350 could just have been a really bad execution.
      • 5 Years Ago
      I can see it now, it is happening all over again, just like it was in the 90s.
      the $55k Zcar.
      • 5 Years Ago
      I had the pleasure of driving a 370z Touring Edition 6spd Manual last week when I went to get the oil changed on my Altima.

      I have to say, it is a very very pleasant car to drive. The gear shifts felt so smooth. Nissan has really re-worked the tranny on their manual, especially now that they include rev. synchronization. The Shorter wheel base also made the chassis feel stiffer when taking sharper turns. The interior does leave a little to be desired since it leans a little too much on the sporty side with all the lights and flash. But it is definitely built solid.

      You can really feel the road while driving it (and definitely not in a bad way). The only problem is that the car constantly begs to be driven faster. On the lower RPM's, the car has a low end grunt but the exhaust note is intoxicating as soon as you put your foot in to it! I'm fairly certain, I know what I will be getting once my current lease ends =) This car is quite the bargain!
      • 5 Years Ago
      Lets just hope the new NISMO doesnt look like it has ground effects made with origami like the last one did.
      • 5 Years Ago
      WTF?
      • 5 Years Ago
      LMAO

      wait.....
      • 5 Years Ago
      Love this car!
      • 5 Years Ago
      I hope that "new aero package" in the Nismo version is "new" in relation to the previous Nismo photos, not just "new" in relation to the current car. I'm in the market for the Z, and I'd love to get the Nismo (especially if it comes with an oil cooler already installed, as it should), but the previous photos left a lot to be desired...

      Oh, and the convertible seems to look nice. The 350 never really worked for me in convertible form. Bummer about the color. Covered in guano, I might say...
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