Nissan 350z commercial
a mixture of commercials with my favorite car i've put together . hope
yoy'll enjoy :D
soundtrack used :
Celldweller - Frozen ( Instrumental )
the nissan 350z :
The Nissan 350Z is a two seat sports car that was manufactured by Nissan
from 2002--2009 and marks the fifth generation (codename: Z33) of Nissan's
Z-car line. The 350Z entered production in late 2002 and was sold and
marketed as a 2003 model. It was available in several trim packages and is
sold as both a coupé and roadster before being succeeded by the 370Z for
the 2009 model year.
For the 2006 model year, the 350Z received a number of notable changes for
its mid-cycle facelift. The 300HP/260TQ Rev-up engine that was introduced
mid-year 2005 with 6-speed manual was offered for every trim now.
Purchasing a 5-speed automatic meant you still got the VQ35DE with
287HP/274TQ. The headlights now sported larger bi-xenon projectors, the
front bumper had been revised, the rear taillights now use LEDs, and
interior changes brought differences to the center console, among other
small things. Touring and Grand Touring models have radio-steering controls
standard, MP3 CD compatibility, and Satellite Radio became an available
option. The 5AT transmission also received an update, which made it
rev-match for every downshift.
For the 2007 model year, the 350Z was again moderately revised. The VQ35DE
V6 was replaced with a new, but still 3.5 L VQ35HR V6. It produced 306 hp
(228 kW) at 6800 rpm with 268 ft·lbf (363 N·m) at 4800 rpm. The hood was
revised featuring a bulge reminiscent of the original 240Z. In the US,
trims levels were narrowed down to 350Z (base), Enthusiast, Touring, and
Grand Touring, while in Europe the same trim levels remained.
TV CM 日産 フェアレディＺ33 NISSAN 370Z_JAPAN_3
Nissan 350Z (Z33)
In 1999 the French company Renault bought 44.4% of Nissan and Carlos Ghosn
became its chief operating officer. But it would not be until 2001 when
Carlos Ghosn became CEO that he would tell reporters: "We will build the Z.
And we will make it profitable."
On January 8, 2001, Nissan introduced the Z Concept. Much like the previous
Z concept, it debuted at the North American International Auto Show and was
painted a bright orange. The squat, long-hood/short-deck styling resulted
from a competition between Nissan's Japanese, European, and American design
studios, with the La Jolla, California studio's design being chosen in