CHIBA, Japan — Tuner firm Branew has released details on its package for the Nissan 370Z that will debut next week at the 2009 Tokyo Auto Salon.
A full underbody lip kit, made of either FRP or carbon fiber, is part of the treatment and features a front spoiler, rear spoiler, side skirts and a rear wing. New alloy wheels in sizes up to 22 inches finish off the list of exterior modifications.
A new sport exhaust system and a tuned ECU will up the power on Nissan's 3.7-liter V6, and the Japanese tuning house also offers brake and suspension kits to improve performance.
Branew recently unveiled its appearance package for the Nissan GT-R at the 2008 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Inside Line says: Although not as extreme as the GT-R treatment, Branew's stylish 370Z body kit will definitely turn heads on the street. — Mike Lysaght, Correspondent