• Jul 2, 2009
2010 Nissan 370Z Yellow - Click above for image gallery

American fans of Nissan's fantastic new 370Z can order their cars in Chicane Yellow, but up until now, their counterparts in Blighty have been out of luck if they've wanted a sunburst Z of their own. Until now. That's because Nissan UK has cooked up a special new limited-edition (if unimaginatively named) 370Z Yellow.

Apparently inspired by the Japanese automaker's European GT4 series racers, all Yellows will receive 19-inch forged RAYS alloys, a black leather and suede interior, along with illuminated door sill plates, special floor mats, and so on. Did we mention the bespoke lower body graphics? They remind us of less subtle, billboard-sized versions of the graphics packages on certain Porsche 911s.

Nissan assures that there will be a "strictly limited volume" of Yellows for sale in the UK, with "exclusivity guaranteed." But tellingly, perhaps, the company isn't divulging just how many it plans to produce in the model's press release (available after the jump). If you're interested, prepare to shell out £31,650 (nearly $52,000 USD)
for a six-speed manual or £33,050 for the automatic (just over $54,000 USD – as usual, bear in mind the UK's comparatively inflated pricing structure for new cars).




PRESS RELEASE:

2 July 2009

LATEST 370Z PUTS OTHER COUPES IN THE SHADE

* Stunning new paint job for special version of Nissan's affordable supercar, the 370Z
* Exclusivity guaranteed: strictly limited volume to be available in the UK
* Forged alloys, race car cues, black leather and suede interior
* It's Yellow

It's already the one bright spot in the affordable sports car market, but now Nissan is going for gold with a special version of the storming 370Z coupe. Not for shrinking violets, the new 370Z Yellow lives up to its name in spectacular fashion.

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.

The 370Z Yellow gets design cues that nod at the racing 370Zs from the European GT4 series. The wheels are 19-inch RAYS forged alloys and along the flanks are special 370Z graphics, both items setting off the gleaming yellow body to perfection.

Inside the contrast could not be greater: the theme here is black leather and suede. There's an integrated satellite navigation system, illuminated entry plates, special mats and a BOSE audio with eight speakers and a six-CD autochanger. The sophistication continues with heated seats, cruise control, speed limiter and all the other features from the 370Z GT Pack on which the special Yellow model is based.

The 370Z Yellow is, like all the new-generation versions of this world famous sports car dynasty, powered by an enthusiast's delight of a V6 engine. It pumps out 331PS at 7000rpm backed up by a meaty 270lb ft of pulling power.

With a six-speed manual box (a seven-speed automatic is optional), the Yellow sprints from rest to 62mph in 5.3sec and goes on to a restricted top speed of 155mph. A synchronised rev control during downchanges reminds you just how good the engine sounds – even when just trundling to the shops.

The Yellows for the UK are available from all participating Nissan dealers but definitely from all High Performance Centres where its big brother the GT-R is exclusively sold. The first cars will be available from September with prices from £31,650 (manual gears) or £33,050 (automatic).



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      • 5 Years Ago
      steering wheel on the wrong side much?
      • 5 Years Ago
      If those numbers translate into American dollars even close to that estimate (because i know sometimes they don't) this car has got to be one of the biggest rip offs going.
      If i'm reading this right, you get a different color, oversized decals, and rims for almost 20 grand?
        • 5 Years Ago
        ah, i see.
        Thanks for clearing that up.
        It still would seem like it's about another 5 grand for the package.
        • 5 Years Ago
        Uh...all cars are expensive over there. It costs the same in relation to other vehicles in its price range, just like in the U.S.
        • 5 Years Ago
        Meaning a regular 370Z probably costs like 50 grand.
      • 5 Years Ago
      54k for a 370z? sorry...pass
        • 5 Years Ago
        And what exactly are you going to buy in Britain that's a better value?
      • 5 Years Ago
      Gotta love the anti-anything japanese or bmw sentiment going on in autoblog. it never ends.... LOVE IT!
      • 5 Years Ago
      you guys need to learn how to read
      • 5 Years Ago
      wheel wrong side,
      car photoed in america
      53 plate
      crappy vinyl

      = photoshop and such a fake story.
      • 5 Years Ago
      HAWT
      • 5 Years Ago
      I was hoping this was going to be a NISMO.
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