Nissan’s project 370Z, which is a 370Z coupe modded by Nissan themselves depending on the parts choices elected by Nissan fans, has progressed to its second stage, as the Japanese brand recently announced.
The project called for the brand to fit a variety of bolt-on modifications, and recently, the team was able to dyno the car for a result of roughly 504 horsepower.
Stage two consists of fitting a new steering wheel and shift knob while custom Recaro seats will replace the stock buckets, allowing for a near-completion of the interior. Next, is the exterior, where the team also stated that a set of Volk lightweight alloys are waiting to take the stock five-spokes’ place.
To see a video of the Project 370Z’s progress, check it out after the jump.
– By: Chris Chin