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Nissan 370Z Convertible Headed To New York Auto Show

Posted in auto industry, Auto Show, Cars, Foreign Cars, New Cars, New York Auto Show, Newsworthy, Nissan, Roadster, Sports Cars, Street Racing, The Show by Suzanne Denbow | January 27th, 2009 | Leave a Reply |

While nothing has been confirmed (nor denied) by Nissan themselves, rumors have begun to circulate that the highly-anticipated convertible variant of Nissan’s wildly celebrated new 370Z coupe will make its official debut at the 2009 New York International Auto Show in April. Following closely on the heels of its hard-top brother, which broke cover back in December, the Nissan 370Z convertible will hit dealer lots as a 2010 MY vehicle sometime in the later half of 2009.

Although we don’t have any hard specs on the new drop-top Z, we expect power to be provided by the coupe’s 332 horsepower 3.7-liter V6 mated with either a seven-speed automatic or optional SynchroRev Match six-speed manual transmission. Purely limited to speculation at this point, further details on the new convertible 370Z will be released the closer we get to its grand unveiling.

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