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The Datsun 240Z conquered the world 40 years ago in one fell swoop. A particularly beautifully designed powerhouse. The Japanese inventors of this fine had had a good look in the years prior to what a sports car should look like in Great Britain and what performance it was capable of.
That mission was successful! At Nissan, as Datsun is called today, they are going to celebrate this with a Nissan 370Z 'Black Edition'. That car is equipped with an 3,7 liter V6 engine coupled to a six-speed gearbox and many more bells and whistles that today's sports car driver cannot seem to miss. The device bounces from a standstill to the 100 kilometers per hour within the 5,3 seconds and has a top speed of almost 250 kilometers per hour. When do you need that, where will you drive that?
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