Senner Tuning Takes Baby Steps with the Whitelady Z Based on the Nissan 370Z Coupe
Back in July, Senner Tuning unleashed their 350Z Roadster THUNDER creation. We were a little surprised to see a new package for an old model and were curious as to whether they were introducing anything for the latest version. Well, after only a couple months wait, this German aftermarket tuner has dropped the Senner Whitelady Z based on the Nissan 370Z Coupe. The name is a throwback to the Z cars from years past. The original Z released in 1969 in Japan was called the Nissan Fairlady Z.
Senner has performed a variety of small tweaks. The 3.7-liter V6 engine has been massaged up to 352hp, a 21hp gain over stock, using a new Invidia stainless steel exhaust system with better airflow and larger tailpipes. The suspension system has been lowered 50mm in front and 45mm in the rear and features adjustable compression damping and a larger track width. The Senner Whitelady Z rides on light alloy wheels measuring 20×9 up front and 20×10 in the rear, with choices of either Racing White or Matte Black Polish. A full body kit for the Nissan 370Z Coupe is in the works and will include a new front and rear apron, rear spoiler and a host of carbon-fiber accessories.
Source: Senner Tuning