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Posted: 21 May 2010
In the same way that Nissan started with the 350Z and refined almost every element of it to create the 370Z coupe, it's done the same with the Roadster. It's lower, shorter and broader, with a wider track front and rear and a shorter wheelbase than the outgoing rag-top 350Z. Apart from making the car look much cooler and more appealing, all those changes make the car slipperier, too. But the real news is in the body, which is from 40 to 60 per cent stiffer front to back than the car it replaces. A stiffer body usually means better handling and the 370 Roadster shades the 350 by some margin.