The rear-wheel-drive sports car has been given an injection of power and a few styling upgrades.
The Nissan 350Z debuted at the 1999 Detroit Auto Show, and since that time the Z33 roadster has been well-regarded for its sporting qualities and reliability. German tuning outfit Senner Tuning has just completed a special tuning program for the Nissan, deciding to ignore the newer 370Z model. One of the main draws of the 350Z is the 3.5-liter V6, good for 276hp and 268lb-ft of torque. Yet Senner Tuning thought this needed a boost so enhanced the compressor, added a stainless-steel exhaust and updated the software.
Power now stands at 411hp and 343lb-ft of torque, which is accommodated by a fully-adjustable sports suspension. Finished in Lemans Sunset Metallic, the 350Z stands on 20-inch matt-black polished Barracuda Tsunami alloys. Other style modifications include LED taillights in the shape of the letter 'Z', grey front reflectors and a chrome Z-symbol. The complete package is priced at 23,900 Euros in Germany.