The Nissan 370Z may not be the definitive Japanese sports car anymore, what with the GT86 being around, but there is not denying the car still has a lot to live for. Trying to cheer it up a bit, Senner Tuning has come up with a nice upgrade package for the old catfish.
Visual changes are subtle, and include a new chin spoiler at the front, and a set of 20-inch wheels finished in black and complemented with KW 3-Inox coilver suspension that make for a perfect fit.
The car gets a special carbon treatment as well, starting with the interior with clear carbon covers for the top of the instrument panel and dashboard dials, as well as the engine bay. The interior also benefits from a bespoke audio system with a large subwoofer in the trunk, which eliminates whatever limited space you have back there.
Then the works begin on the powertrain, that meaty 3.5 liter V6 engine, which gets a new Injen cold air intake system, a remapped ECU, and a sport exhaust system with 400-cell sports catalysts. The results is a bump from the standard 330 PS to 368 PS and the torque from 363 Nm to 406 Nm. That makes this car more powerful than the NISMO version.