The Nissan 370Z Special Edition (abbreviated as Nissan 370Z SE) is a Special Edition car, depicted as a fictional tuned version of the Nissan 370Z with aftermarket modifications.
The Nissan 370Z SE has the following modifications:
- Custom wide body kit (similar to Varis' Kamikaze Z widebody kit)
- 2015 Nissan 370Z NISMO rims
- Carbon fiber wrapped hood, roof and trunk
- Custom hood with air scoops
- Trunk & roof-mounted spoilers
- Water themed livery (Similar to the Great Wave off Kanagawa painting)
- Upgraded 3.7 L V6 engine
The Nissan 370Z SE was added in the Holiday Update as a high-end Class C car with the following statistics:
- Starting rank: 932
- This was changed to 1026 in the 2020 Lunar New Year Update
- MAX rank: 1360 (+428)
- This was changed to 1286 (+260) in the 2020 Lunar New Year Update.
- MAX+PRO rank: 1582 (+222)
- This was changed to 1537 (+251) in the 2020 Lunar New Year Update.
- Tuning Kit bonus: +71
- This was changed to +46 in the 2020 Lunar New Year Update
- Upgrade rank percentages: 10/60/10/20
- Nitro Efficiency: 6/10/15
As of the 2021 Holiday Update, it is now a low Class C car with the following rank statistics:
- Starting rank: 932
- MAX rank: 1223 (+291)
- MAX+PRO rank: 1410 (+187)
- Tuning Kit bonus: +46
- Nitro Efficiency: 6/10/15
The 370Z SE has a maximum total speed of 265.3 mph/427.3 km/h (which is reached in 2.9 seconds), the third highest of any Class C car. This, coupled with the acceleration and the 370Z SE's marginally improved overall handling from the standard 370Z, makes this car an upgrade to the Renault Alpine Celebration (which has a similar drift radius), thus making it a decent competitor for the Maserati Alfieri, Sbarro Sparta, and MV Agusta F4 1000 R on tracks like Sector 8 and Dubai. It is, however, still the slowest of the Special Edition cars in the game.
The 370Z SE's handling considerably improves with handling upgrades, meaning a 370Z SE with no handling upgrades has similar handling to the Honda Civic Type R, Devel Sixteen Prototype, or 2010 Bentley Continental Supersports.
The Nissan 370Z Special Edition is the second-fastest Nissan car in the game, only behind the Nissan GT-R NISMO, which makes the latter more suitable for Nissan-only events, especially due to not having restrictive availability.
Among all Class C vehicles, the Nissan 370Z Special Edition is superior to the Renault Alpine Celebration in Sector 8 and is slightly inferior to the Pininfarina H2 Speed in Orbital Loop. On all other tracks, the 370Z SE's lower speed makes it inferior to the Maserati Alfieri, Sbarro Sparta and MV Agusta F4 1000 R.
The 370Z SE is not recommended for use in Multiplayer races as its handling is notably poor except if upgraded, which leads to unnecessary rank addition, and it is especially ineffective against the Audi R8 e-tron Special Edition, Porsche Carrera GT, or Apollo Intensa Emozione.
Price & Availability
The 370Z SE was made available to some players between January 8-10, 2019 with a price of 6,500, and after the 2019 Halloween Update as an exclusive vehicle for 5,250. It is otherwise only obtainable from its Research & Development event.
As of the 2020 Halloween Update, the 370Z SE can be purchased for 690,000. It is also given as a free gift for logging into Facebook beginning with the 2020 Christmas Update. Players who already owned the 370Z SE will receive 90,000 instead.
The car was on sale during the following dates:
Research & Development
- Main article: Nissan 370Z Special Edition (Research & Development)
The Nissan 370Z SE's Research & Development event was launched on January 10, 2019 after the Infiniti Vision GT's R&D. Players are given 4 days to start and 9 days to complete the event with 50 Tests spanning 4 Labs. It was revived in the 2019 Spring Update as part of that update's Asphalt Moments series, alongside the SCG 003S' Championship. It was revived a second time in the 2020 Lunar New Year Update on March 5, 2020, after the Lotus Evija Festival.
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