The rest of the 370Z lineup remains unchanged.
If you’re in the market for a standard 2020 Nissan 370Z, the good news is that pricing hasn’t changed for the next model year. However, one addition to the lineup is the BRE racing-inspired 50th Anniversary Edition, announced in New York last week.
If you want one of those, it’s going to set you back $37,315. That’s an extra $2,600 on top of the 370Z Sport’s $34,715 base price. Apart from the red and white or silver and black paint scheme and special badging, the 50th Anniversary Edition adds nothing in the way of performance. Like last year’s Heritage Edition, you actually lose the front and rear spoilers that come standard on the normal Sport.
The 2020 Nissan 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition does add Alcantara and contrast stitching to the interior, as well as power heated seats, but that’s about it. Mind you, the 370Z has been around for a decade now, so you won’t see major changes to the model moving forward, short of a full-on redesign.
Besides the Anniversary Edition, the rest of the 2020 Nissan 370Z lineup remains the same on price. The base 6-speed manual Coupe model starts from $30,985 after an $895 destination charge. From there, prices climb through the Sport and the NISMO, and all trims have either a 6-speed manual or 7-speed automatic option. The range tops out with the automatic-equipped NISMO at $48,095.
If you’re looking for a bit of nostalgia, check out our throwback mashup review of the current-generation 370Z alongside its ancestor, the 1970 Datsun 240Z: