Along with the semi-exotic Nissan GT-R high-performance four-seat coupe, the 2020 Nissan 370Z adds sportiness to the entire Nissan car lineup. Based on the same FM rear-wheel-drive platform as the Infiniti Q50 and Q60 cars from Nissan's luxury division, the 370Z features lightweight body construction with aluminum doors, hood and liftgate, a carbon-fiber driveshaft, and aluminum-intensive suspension.
Every 2020 370Z is a two-seat coupe, following the discontinuation of last year's convertible model. Including the $895 destination charge, the 2020 370Z lineup includes the $30,985 base 370Z, $34,715 370Z Sport, $40,385 370Z Sport Touring, and $46,685 370Z NISMO. This being 50 years after the first the "Z-Car" — the 1970 Datsun 240Z — a 50th Anniversary edition is available for a $2,600 upcharge on the 370Z Sport. Our 50th Anniversary test vehicle features BRE Racing diagonal hashtags emblazoned across the doors, a dramatic two-tone paint scheme, and red-striped 19-inch alloy wheels. The NISMO gets its own special two-tone paint plus GT-R-like aerodynamic pieces. Competitors include Toyota Supra, Chevrolet Camaro, and Ford Mustang.