Tamon Design to Unveil Nissan RC370Z at Tokyo Auto Salon in January

The crew over from Japanese tuning house Tamon Design sent us these teaser sketches of their newest project car, the 2010 Nissan 370Z-based RC370Z, which is set to make its debut at the forthcoming Tokyo Auto Salon. Being a teaser and all, the company did not provide us with any specific details on the RC370Z, but the drawings suggest that the modded Z will benefit from a full body kit, new alloy wheels and tires, and quite possibly, a unique paint scheme.

Billed as the world's largest auto show with more than 600 vehicles on display and some 300 participating companies of all sorts, the 2010 Tokyo Auto Salon will be held at the Makuhari Messe from January 15 to 17.

If all goes as planned, our man Phil will be covering the Japanese tuning show live, so stay tuned...

Link: Tamon Design


Anonymous said... »December 13, 2009

Obviously, this is a conceptual drawing, but I trust the snout will not be that long as the current 370Z is already a nose-dragger in its stock form.

Anonymous said... »December 13, 2009

I think the rendering looks cool, but I know the final product won't look anything as cool as it.

Anonymous said... »December 13, 2009

agree with anonymous 2, sad isn't it, by the way is it me or that thing favors a Porsche a little bit? Maybe, maybe its me.


Anonymous said... »December 13, 2009

Looks like a teenager drew it.

Anonymous said... »December 13, 2009

With a rear like that I think the engine layout should be RMR.

Anonymous said... »December 13, 2009

yeah, it looks like a little kid drew it, and the front is ugly!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said... »December 14, 2009

Front sorta looks like the R8

omar said... »January 03, 2010

woow looks like the next generation 350z 370z or something.....

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