|Nissan 370Z (Z34)|
|Country of origin||
|Also known as||
Nissan Fairlady Z Version ST (Japan)
3.7L (3,696 cc ,226 cu in) VQ37VHR V6
337 PS (248 kW; 332 hp)@7000rpm.
365 N·m (269 lb·ft)@5200rpm.
3,232 lb (1,466 kg)
(0-60 mph or 0-100 km/h)
155.3 mph (250.1 km/h)
The Nissan 370Z (also known as the Fairlady Z Z34 in Japan) is the replacement of the Nissan 350Z and it is a Nissan car in the Asphalt series.
The Nissan 370Z is the replacement of the Nissan 350Z (Z33). The higher performance version of the Nissan 370Z is the Nissan 370Z NISMO and it is one of the NISMO vehicles in the Asphalt series.
The Nissan 370Z is one of the starting cars here.
The Nissan 370Z uses its NISMO variant here, and is one of the starting cars here.
The Nissan 370Z is a Tier 1 vehicle. It requires 205 stars to be unlocked and can be lent for 12500 cash as well as bought with 52000 cash. It is one of the more powerful cars in its tier. The NISMO variant also appears as a top Tier 1 car, but only unlockable by a special event.
The Nissan 370Z is one of 6 (7, if the Infiniti FX50 is included) Nissan cars in Asphalt 8: Airborne.
The Nissan 370Z is located close to the middle of Class D. It is found directly after the Audi S4 and directly before the 1967 Chevrolet Impala (for novices) or the Camaro Z/28 (a mastery-unlockable car that cannot be viewed unless owned).
The Nissan 370Z has a moderately high starting rank for its class, at 893, giving it decent default performance. Its highest MAX rank is 1150 (+257), while its highest PRO rank is 1049 (+156), giving a final rank of 1306. The Nissan 370Z's Tuning Kit bonus of +54 gives it a maximum legitimate rank of 1360.
The Nissan 370Z is not the most stable car, with semi-loose traction giving it a chance of skidding and making it more fragile than other cars like the Nissan Juke Nismo. However, it does have a fairly high handling stat, albeit lower than many earlier Class D cars. The Nissan 370Z is also able to drift well and it accelerates quickly. The Nissan 370Z's most notable stat is its relatively high top speed, outshining many cars both before and after it. However, its total top speed is lower when nitro is considered. Another defining feature of the Nissan 370Z's is an above-average nitro efficiency of 8/13/15, following a similar trend to the Nissan Juke Nismo, with a level 3 nitro of unusually high efficiency in comparison to the other nitro values.
The Nissan 370Z performs almost 100% better than the Audi S4, with every stat but raw top speed being higher.
Compared to the other cars in its class, the Nissan 370Z is perhaps the best budget car ( 276,059 total credits + 4 V6 engines) for players looking to compete in Time-Limited Events; it can usually achieve the highest non-leaderboard reward in D Events if boosted, but it may have difficulty with this.The Nissan 370Z, although not a bad car, has limited use in Multiplayer, due to the existence of many better Multiplayer cars. For Career Mode, the Nissan 370Z has its own Event in Season 8, a Classic race set in French Guiana. It is also the first car to qualify for a Nissan race Event in Season 3, although there are better choices for this event. The Nissan 370Z qualifies for a MAX Season 9 Event in Temple Drive.
The Nissan 370Z costs 50,000 to purchase (same as the Ford 2006 GT from Class A). To fully MAX, like with most other early Class D cars, 140,600 are required; PRO upgrades total at 85,459. The Nissan 370Z requires four V6 Engines in its PRO upgrades.