It might be yellow, but this 370Z certainly isn't mellow
Ultimate Yellow - not the most subtle of hues
The Nissan 370Z may have barely gone on sale, but already it’s spawning special editions. The latest offering is this, the imaginatively named 370Z Yellow.
Following on from the recent German-market Nurburgring Edition – which celebrated the car’s participation in this year’s famous 24-hour endurance race – the 370Z Yellow also pays homage to Nissan motorsport, taking design cues from the GT4 endurance race series.
There are no mechanical upgrades to the 370Z Yellow, although with 326bhp and 270lb ft of torque, it's hardly under-endowed. What the car does get are 19-inch forged RAYS alloys, natty 370 body graphics (which bear absolutely no resemblance to those often used by Porsche...) and, of course, that 'Ultimate Yellow' paint job.
Not a car for shy types...
Inside, the black leather and suede cabin gets all the goodies from the GT model – on which the Yellow is based – including an eight-speaker Bose stereo, sat-nav and heated seats.
The number of Yellows will be limited (though Nissan doesn’t give any figures, and it will be available through selected dealers and all Nissan High Performance Centres – where the Nissan GT-R is sold – from September.
Prices are £31,650 for the six-speed manual or £33,050 for the seven-speed paddle-shift auto, identical to a nav-equipped standard GT version.