The Z-car formula has never been complicated. All it takes is a lusty six cylinder tucked under a long hood, with power going to the rear in the way Mr. K, father of the original 240Z, intended. The 370Z improves on this recipe for success by being smaller, lighter, wider, and more powerful than the 350Z that came before, incorporating new, lightweight aluminum body panels and a larger 3.7-liter V6. It also is the first car in the world to debut a nifty piece of new technology—SynchroRev Match, which automatically blips the throttle on downshifts for perfect rev-matching every time. One look at the 370Z’s tighter lines, featherweight forged wheels, and the menacing sharks’ tooth head- and taillights will tell you that the new Z is a thoroughly modern driver’s dream with a legendary name. It’s also the perfect canvass to create a custom drift monster: try swapping in the Skyline’s twin-turbo inline six and perfecting your drift technique.
The 370Z handles fairly well, as there is a suprising amount of grip in corners, and for the most part, it is able to hide its weight quite well, of course, up the ante too much and understeer might start to show.
As part of the October 7, 2014 content update for Forza Horizon 2, a unique promotional G-Shock 370Z was added to the game. Codes for this car were distributed by email to random recipients as gifts to celebrate the game's first anniversary.
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