Nissan have taken the aging 370Z, stuck a twin turbo V6 in it, taken it to SEMA 2018 and called it the Project Clubsport 23. The 3.7L V6 of the regular 370Z has been replaced by a 3.0L V6 aided by two turbochargers outputting 400 hp while mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. That combination alone good pump some much needed life into the 370Z range, however Nissan have no plans to sell the Clubsport 23, with only a small possibility NISMO could sell a builders kit upgrade package in the future.
Making the Nissan 370Z Project Clubsport 23 possible was a collaboration of several companies coming together for the finished car. The clutch disc, cover and flywheel for mating the 6-speed gearbox to the V6 were done by MA Motorsports. AMS Performance added a cold-air intake, Z1 Motorsports supplied a set of blow-off valves for the turbos and the Nissan NISMO team put on a GT LSD Pro-Carbon two-way differential. KW finishes off the suppliers with their Variant 3 coil-overs sitting at each corner.