Calling the Nissan 370Z long in the tooth would be an understatement. This thing has been around long enough to remember the great meteor that killed all the dinosaurs, and in all that time Nissan has largely refrained from keeping it current with the times. Things aren't much different this year, with the only big change being the discontinuation of the 370Z Roadster, the convertible variant.
Despite their stepchild treatment of the 370Z, Nissan has chosen to recognize the nameplate's longevity with a new 50th Anniversary Edition package. It's optional on the mid-level Sport model and celebrates 50 years of continuous Z production with distinctive striping, badging, and trim. All 50th Anniversary Edition models will be painted in a bold red-over-white or black-over-silver color scheme.