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2009 Nissan 370Z Briefly Spied In Need For Speed Video

Posted in Auto Show, Car Photography, Cars, Fast Cars, Foreign Cars, New Cars, Nissan, Pop Culture, Sports Cars, Street Racing by Suzanne Denbow | October 15th, 2008 | 2 Responses |

Scheduled to replace the famed Nissan 350Z upon its release in 2009, details surrounding the upcoming Nissan 370Z have been obsessively analyzed and re-analyzed by sports car buffs around the globe. With little more than spy shots to sate their Nissan lust, Z fanboys worldwide are experiencing orgasmic bliss over the brief cameo appearance the new Nissan 370Z has made in the Need For Speed, Underground video teasers. Not officially slated to debut until next month’s auto show in L.A., the bulk of the 370Z’s bodywork is still largely a mystery as its image is largely obscured in the photos by both gratuitous brotherly love and what appear to be your run-of-the-mill, street-racing toolbags.

More Need For Speed/370Z pics after the jump

Source: CarScoop.com

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  1. Note to Nissan: show portions of the 370Z’s body in puzzle fashion. Anyone amongst your product people or public relations types – long time stalwart Tim Gallagher, perhaps – who remembers jig saw puzzles? Well, there you go. Make it like that; and on the day of the big Los Angeles auto show, run a photo in the LA Times, showing the assembled photo, complete with jig-saw lines.

    My fee for this bit of consultant work is a week’s time in a press fleet 370Z; and give one to my colleague Suzanne, since she brought this matter up. Besides, she needs to see the one thing Volvo has lacking in its product line: a sports car with brio. I think in a 370Z, as the saying goes, she’d be “stylin’.”

    Besides, I’d like to read her review of the 370Z to get a perspective other than the sycophantic scribblings of Nissan Sport.

  2. Suzanne Denbow says:

    I move to second Terry’s motion, do I hear a third? Nissan, I can’t hear you…