Nissan 370Z Coupe Sports Car Safety Features
Do you like sports cars?
Of course, you do. And you’ll love the Nissan 370Z Coupe. But this recently-released Nissan sports car is about more than just high speeds and aesthetic beauty.
When you’re working with such a powerful vehicle, it’s essential to prioritise safety. Thankfully, us at Nissan have done precisely that. We’ve developed a full suite of security features, which we’ll explain in this article.
The Nissan 370Z comes with an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), which ensures that your wheels don’t lock when braking. This assists you when keeping control of the steering, while you enjoy the car’s full power.
Additionally, Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD) ensures that your braking is balanced. If you’ve got extra weight at the back of the car, like heavy luggage, EBD will ensure that the brakes respond accordingly.
The Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) also ensures that if you over- or understeer, you get back on your desired track quickly and easily. It does this in a variety of ways, such as reducing your engine power and applying additional pressure on individual wheels.
The Nissan 370Z also has an ergonomic interior, protecting you if you are involved in an accident. The seatbelt is designed to tighten if your airbags deploy. Simultaneously, if the belt is too tight for your body, it will loosen slightly to compensate. The head restraints in the Nissan 370Z will also adjust to minimise whiplash in a rear-collision.
Nissan’s Airbag System is admirable. When activated, the airbags will adjust their inflation according to what pressure is necessary. There are also additional airbags that are built into the front seats and roof. These provide you with extra protection, maximising your welfare.
If you have been considering buying a Nissan 370Z, but were worried about safety, these features should put your mind at ease. If you’re still uncertain, get in contact with us at Nissan Eastern Cape, and we’ll be happy to put your mind at ease. Join the Nissan family today!