Retro-Liveried 2020 Nissan 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition Starts At $36,420

Nissan has released U.S. pricing for the recently-unveiled 2020 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition package as well as the regular 2020 370Z and 2020 370Z Nismo models.

On sale now at Nissan dealers across the United States, the 2020 Nissan 370Z equipped with the six-speed manual transmission starts at $30,090, excluding $895 destination and handling. That’s the same as the previous year.

Actually, all prices remain unchanged compared to the 2019 model year, except for the newly-introduced 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition, obviously. To have this retro-styled package on your 370Z you’ll first have to order the Sport grade which starts at $33,820 with the manual transmission. Then you’ll have to add $2,600 over sticker for a total of $36,420.

That’s what the cheapest 2020 Nissan 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition model with manual transmission costs. Mind you, the package is only offered for the Sport grade and is exclusive to the coupe body style. You can, however, choose the optional seven-speed automatic transmission, but in that case, the price goes up to $37,670.

Regardless of which gearbox you select, you’ll get a retro paint scheme inspired by the renowned Brock Racing Enterprises (BRE) livery that adorned the famous BRE Datsun 240Z racers of the late 1960s and early 1970s. The livery is available in two dual-tone color options: White/Red or Silver/Black with bold door stripes.

The 50th Anniversary package also brings unique red wheel accents, black mirrors, 50th Anniversary side marker decals and a 50th Anniversary rear badge. Additionally, the standard Sport front chin and rear spoilers are deleted.

Inside, the sport seats upholstered in leather and synthetic suede feature red accents and logos, as well as 50th Anniversary embossing on the seat backs. Elsewhere in the cabin, the special edition 370Z offers a leather/Alcantara steering wheel with top red stripe, 50th Anniversary badges on the tachometer and console, as well as synthetic suede door panel inserts with red stitching.

Interior upgrades are rounded out by red contrast stitching and piping throughout the cabin, dark silver 50th Anniversary kick plates, and 4-way power heated seats.

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  • Howfarr

    How about a retro styled Z replacement instead of a few stickers?

    • ErnieB

      Could imagine the possibilities..

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  • JGreen

    “Additionally, the standard Sport front chin and rear spoilers are deleted.” Too hard to paint the small rear spoiler?

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