A few months after its premiere at the 2019 New York Auto Show and its launch in the United States, the 2020 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition is now on sale in Australia.
Offered with either a six-speed manual or a seven-speed automatic transmission paired to the 332 HP (337 PS) and 366 Nm (270 lb-ft) 3.7-liter V6, it starts from AUD $53,490 (USD $36,180) and AUD $55,990 (USD $37,600), respectively.
"The Nissan 370Z is an iconic car with a strong following in Australia", Managing Director Stephen Lester said. "Since its arrival here, we’ve sold almost 22,000 Zs, and this 50th Anniversary commemorative edition is sure to attract passionate Z fans and buyers."
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The dual-tone exterior that combines white and red or silver and black ensures this Z doesn’t go unnoticed. Other highlights include '50th Anniversary’ badging, side stripes, a thin line that runs from the headlights to the C pillar and new 19-inch wheels with red rings.
Nissan has also refreshed the interior design of the 50th Anniversary Edition, giving it red leather with red stitching, red accents on the gear shifter, a dark chrome 'Z’ logo on the kick plates and a '50th Anniversary’ logo on the tachometer. These visual changes join the standard gear which, in this grade, includes 7-inch infotainment system with satellite navigation, Bluetooth, automatic climate control, keyless entry & go, cruise control, and leather multi-function steering wheel and gearshift lever.
Other versions of the 370Z offered Down Under are the regular Coupe and Roadster, N-Sport and Nismo, with the latter being priced at AUD $71,076 (USD $48,075).