Nissan Needs Your Help Building a Unique 370Z
If you've always wanted to build your own tricked-out new Nissan vehicle but don't have the tools or time, then Garland Nissan invites you to listen up. Nissan is giving auto enthusiasts a once in a lifetime opportunity to help build a project-car variant of the 370Z sportscar. And here's the best part: you don't even have to get your hands greasy!
Under the initiative "Project 370Z," Nissan is calling on its fans to help pick out parts for the unique 370Z. Using social media as its venue for communication, the automaker will receive your input through comments, wall posts and likes. In order to keep track of all the feedback, the vehicle-building process will be broken down into four parts: power, handling/brakes, interior and exterior. Project participants can vote on potential parts and accessories for each of these categories and the winners will make their way into the vehicle.
Why bring Nissan enthusiasts into the mix? For the automaker, it's all about combining automotive passion and consumer engagement to create something that no one else has before. Jon Brancheau, Vice President of Nissan Marketing, says, "Together we'll create a vehicle that expands on the already outstanding performance and style of the Nissan 370Z with a balance of street and track ready modifications."1
If you're a Z enthusiast and would like to find out how you can participate in this exciting project, feel free to contact Garland Nissan online or drop by 2507 Fort Campbell Blvd Hopkinsville, KY 42240 and talk with us in person.