The Sound Of Performance
A free-flow dual exhaust combined with H-pipe configuration reduces back pressure up to 30%. The result: responsive upper-end power for an exhilarating redline rush and an exhaust note that’s pure performance.
Combine the Variable Valve Event and Lift (VVEL®) technology with a free-flowing dual exhaust to reduce back pressure and ultimately increase high-end power. Listen to the deep, mellow rumble turn into an unmistakable battle cry as it revs to its 7,400 RPM redline. Feel the exhilaration of responsive power that proves this 370Z® is truly for the pure performance aficionado.
2014 370Z COUPE TECHNOLOGY
Plug your iPod® into the available USB input [*] and you can control its functions through the audio system or touch-screen monitor, plus get song readouts on the digital display. You can also play digital music files from a USB flash drive or other compatible storage device—and even watch movies on the LCD screen while your 370Z® is parked.
Windows up or down? It’s easy to decide with available NavWeather. [*] The NavWeather service advises you of severe weather and potentially slippery roads that could affect your drive, as well as National Weather Service warnings and 3-day weather forecasts.
Bose® Audio System
Because even the most dedicated enthusiast might want to listen to something other than the dual-exhaust, the 370Z® features an available Bose® audio system [*] that is custom-engineered for the unique shape of its interior. And since it’s also capable of playing MP3/WMA CDs and receiving SiriusXM Satellite Radio [*], you can have the perfect soundtrack for any driving adventure.
The available RearView Monitor uses a discreet color camera on the back of your vehicle to help you see what's directly behind you via the Information Center monitor. On-screen guidelines move along with steering input. [*]
Nissan Intelligent Key®
Never take your keys out of your pocket or bag again. Nissan Intelligent Key® with Push Button Ignition is so intuitive, it senses your approach to the car and allows you to unlock the door by just tapping a button on the handle. Once inside, start the engine without ever putting a key in the ignition.
Like every Nissan vehicle, the 370Z® comes equipped with a suite of standard safety, driving, and convenience features designed to inspire confidence behind the wheel, and help make every ride better, safer, and more enjoyable.
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Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
When it comes to tire pressure, TPMS takes away the guesswork. Using an icon on your dash, the system notifies you when tires aren't properly inflated. [*]
Engage reverse, and the available RearView Monitor is there to assist you. A camera on the rear of the vehicle shows you what's directly behind you, on the dash-mounted screen in front of you. Because it’s nice to have a little back-up when you’re backing up. [*]
Automatic On/Off Headlights
Automatic On/Off Headlights respond to light conditions outside, turning on or off when necessary, and leaving you to concentrate on the road ahead.
Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) & Traction Control System (TCS)
When it detects oversteer or understeer, VDC can reduce engine power and apply brake pressure to specific wheels. Working with VDC, TCS can sense rear-wheel spin and reduce throttle to help keep you on your steered path. [*]
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
When you need to stop in a hurry, the Anti-lock Braking System pumps the brakes faster than you possibly can, helping to prevent wheel lockup and maintain steering control.
Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD), & Brake Assist
Should you ever need to hit the brakes hard, Brake Assist will help you come to a quicker stop by applying maximum braking force. If you’ve got cargo in the trunk, EBD will detect the added weight, and send extra force to the rear brakes.
Nissan Advanced Air Bag System (AABS)
The AABS includes dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt sensors and an occupant classification sensor. Their inflation rate adjusts based on crash severity and seat belt usage. [*]
Supplemental Air Bags
Built into the front seats, two side-impact supplemental air bags move with you as you adjust your seating position. Above, roofmounted curtain side-impact supplemental air bags help provide head protection for outboard occupants. [*]
Front-seat Active Head Restraints (AHR)
Front-seat Active Head Restraints help reduce the chances of whiplash injuries to front-seat occupants by moving up and forward during certain rear-end collisions.