… and abused. We managed to get out hands on the new 2010 370z, just about the same time the snowpocalypse hit Dallas. So we did what any true Gearhead would do with someone else’s car on snow and ice. We drove it sideways.
If you guys want to hear our in depth review and comparison of the Nissan 370z and the Nismo Z then head on over to Burnout Radio. (there’s also loads of photo’s to boot.)
For those of you who don’t already know one of my favorite cars in the world is the Chevy Corvette, namely the later model Stingray’s. The reason I love them is because they have the classic coke bottle shape that makes sports cars look so good. Since the singray though GM kind of lost their way with the newer designs of the Vette. The C4 C5 and C6 are all decent looking cars, but the new C6 Grand Sport is defiantly headed in the right direction with the more aggressive fender flares that give the C6 body something closer to that classic coke bottle shape. But good looks are not all this Vette packs. Almost every part on this car that make it grip better, stop better, or turn better have been upgraded.
And as usual be sure and check out the gallery after the video.
I figured you guys might enjoy this. A couple of months back we got a chance to review a 2010 Mustang GT500, and since I know that a good many of yall are Mustang nuts I though you’d enjoy some gratuitous pony car porn. I cried when they came to pick this car up. First because it’s one of my dream cars, and second because I pulled all the gas recipients out of the center console and realized I’d spent over $300 dollars keeping this thirsty beast fed with premium. Ouch!