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About Nissan Sports Cars

Vehicle Summary

While Nissan is often associated with its popular sedan and SUV models (including the Altima and Rogue), this Japanese automaker also has longstanding experience in the sports car category. With models like the four-seat GT-R and two-seater 370Z, Nissan has really been making a name for itself in this class. And with features ranging from powerful standard engines to performance tires and sport seats in some models, Nissan sports cars have a lot to offer. Whether you're interested in a stylish coupe or an exciting convertible, there's a Nissan sports car that suits your needs.

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Nissan Sports Car Models

Nissan has offered a number of sports car models over the years, though the 370Z and GT-R are the only ones still in production today. The 370Z, a two-door sports car with seating for two passengers, was released in 2009 in both roadster and coupe body styles. The Nissan GT-R has been in production since 2007 and offers seating for up to four people in a coupe body design. Both Nissan Sports cars offer different trim levels, standard features, and engine configurations as outlined below.

Unless otherwise noted, features are specific to the 2018 model year.

Nissan 370Z

  • Standard 3.7L V6 engine at 332 hp
  • Seating for two passengers
  • 18-inch wheels with performance tires
  • Keyless entry and ignition
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel

Nissan GT-R

  • Turbocharged 3.8L V6 engine at 565 hp
  • Seating for up to four passengers
  • Variable all-wheel drive system
  • 20-inch wheels with performance tires
  • Adaptive suspension with adjustable drive modes
  • Front and rear parking sensors

Nissan 370Z Roadster

  • Convertible body style
  • Aerodynamic design to reduce air buffeting
  • Double-insulated roof
  • Power-moving tonneau cover


  • Upgraded 3.8L V6 engine at 600 hp
  • Recaro sport seats
  • Side skirts with rear wing
  • Fine-tuned suspension
  • Carbon-fiber rear spoiler

Nissan Sports Cars vs. Other Sports Cars

Nissan has some excellent sports car offerings, but there are still plenty of other sports car models that may be worth checking out as you shop.

Nissan 370Z vs. Ford Mustang GT

The 2018 Ford Mustang GT trims refer to the upper two trim levels offered on this sporty car, which is offered in both coupe and convertible body styles. GT and GT Premium trims on the 2018 Mustang come standard with a powerful 5.0L V8 engine at a whopping 460 hp, as well as a six-speed manual transmission (or optional 10-speed automatic). Other standard features found on the 2018 Mustang GT include 18-inch wheels, automatic dual-zone climate control, smartphone integration, an eight-inch touchscreen interface, and a nine-speaker sound system.

Nissan GT-R vs. Chevrolet Corvette

The 2018 Chevrolet Corvette is a classic American sports car that offers seating for two in coupe and convertible body styles. Its base Stingray trim is powered by a brawny 6.2L V8 at 455 hp as well as a seven-speed manual transmission (although an eight-speed automatic is offered). Compared to the GT-R, the Corvette offers half the seating capacity but boasts such impressive standard features as summer performance tires, automatic dual-zone climate control, leather upholstery, and Brembo brakes.

Nissan 370Z Roadster vs. Porsche Boxster

Like the 2018 370Z Roadster, the 2018 Porsche Boxster is a two-seat convertible sports car. It comes standard with a turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder engine at 300 hp and six-speed manual transmission. Other standard equipment on the 2018 Boxster includes a power-folding top, automatic climate control, sport seats, front and rear parking sensors, and partial leather upholstery.

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