Modified nissan 370Z

Nissan 370Z (Z34, known as Fairlady Z in Japan) is the 6th generation of the Nissan Z-car (2-door coupe aka roadster) line which was launched in 2008 to replaced its predecessor Nissan 350Z.
- Aluminum subframe, door panels, hood, hatch; aluminum-alloy engine cradle
Layout – Front mid-engine, rear-wheel drive (FMR)
Platform – Nissan FM platform (weight distribution which is close to 50:50)
Engine – VQ37VHR 3.7 DOHC V6 24 valves with VVEL (Variable Valve Event and Lift Control), aluminum heads and block. 336 PS (247.1 kW; 331.4 hp)
Nismo 370Z VQ37VHR (Nismo version) 335 PS (261.1 kW; 350.1 hp)
Transmission (s) – 7-speed automatic with paddle shifters
6-speed manual transmission with SynchroRev Match (world’s 1st synchronized downshift rev-matching system)