If someone will try to find a pristine condition, unmodified Nissan 370 Z, will have a shock.
These are rare gems. They are like the 90s Integra Type R. This is why Nismo stepped in and applied its own rules.
The Nissan 350 Z is that kind of car which is hard to keep it stock. Even if just the wheels are changed or the suspension is tweaked, there is something that is no longer stock. The Nissan Motorsport International Limited, Nismo for short, took the already fast 370 Z and made it faster. It was not completely hardcore, but it wasn’t a daily toy anymore.
The outside was modified heavily. On the front, a new bumper with a larger air intake replaced the standard 370 Z bumper. A pair of side-scoops appeared and were underlined by red fins that connect them to the main grille. The DRLs were changed into a brighter LED lights. From the side, the new 19” Nismo super-lightweight forged aluminum-alloy wheels by Rays also have been restyled for 2015 with a twin-five spoke design and a charcoal gray machine-finish. In the rear, a bigger spoiler was placed on the tailgate, plus two big exhausts.
Inside the vehicle, the red lights are present at any detail, and a new set of dials appeared on top of the dashboard. The infotainment system features a 7” VGA touch-screen display. But the biggest change was for the Alcantara covered Recaro bucket seats.
For the technical department, the suspension was tuned for a better road holding and a VLSD (Viscous Limited Slip Differential) was installed, along with a shorter final drive for better acceleration.