I’ve already gushed about how impressive the 370Z is visually, so the question is: Does the drive live up to the aggressive lines? The answer is absolutely, positively yes.
Inside, the 370Z is unmistakably a Z car, having carried over several styling cues from the original cars and the 350Z. While many complained the 350Z was too snug inside, the 370Z feels somehow more roomy. Even though the cabin feels a bit wider, it actually feels more battle ready. The side windows are very short, with the roof wrapping down beside your head. The rear quarter windows are almost non existent, which means the c-pillar blind spot is large enough to hide a Peterbuilt. This creates a closed in feeling like you are protected from enemy fire, ready to attack. Just like in the 350Z, all controls fall readily at hand. Nissan enthusiasts will feel instantly at home thanks to familiar locations and functions.