Nissan has dropped the price on the 370Z. Senner Tuning suggests you spend the money saved on these aftermarket upgrades.
With Nissan announcing a 5,850 Euro discount on the 370z for 2013, Senner Tuning was quick to develop a tuning program so potential buyers had somewhere to spend all of that additional coin. On the outside, Senner created some carbon-fiber trim and Fairlady Z badges, with the same lightweight material being used to cover the instrument panel and gauges. An in-house stainless-steel exhaust, cold air intake system with hydro shield, and wind deflector all combine to boost output from 330 hp and 270 lb-ft to 368 hp and 299 lb-ft of torque.
Engine response was then optimized by fitting an electronic power converter. Ride quality improved via a height-adjustable KW suspension, rear-axle upgrade kit and a set of 20-inch T1S Work Vara alloys finished in high gloss black with anodized outer rims. Completing the package is a new sound system by Audiotyme and tinted rear windows.