|Series||R/C Mini 4WD|
|Release Date||November 2002|
It was based on the two-seater sports car of the same name by Nissan.
The 350Z featuring the long-hood, short-deck sports car body design with large front air intake, which is one of a common traits for the Z-cars. It has the skewed rectangle headlamps and the triangle-shaped taillamps, with the separate thin turn signal lights. The Nissan emblems can be seen on the front and on the rear.
It is mainly in chrome silver metallic, with black windows.
It comes with the small-diameter 6-spoke RC-type wheels with high-profile tires.
About the real-life car the Mini 4WD is based on
Manufactured from 2002 to 2009, the 350Z, also known as Fairlady Z (Z33) in Japan, is a two-seater sports car manufactured by Nissan. It is also Nissan's 5th-generation Z-car, suceeding the 300ZX (Fairlady Z Z32).
Built on the Nissan FM platform, it has the front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout. Powering the car are the 3.5 liter VQ35DE V6 engine and the VQ35HR V6 engine, both of which were petrol-powered engines. The engine is mated to either the RE5R05A 5-speed automatic transmission or the FS6R31A 6-speed manual transmission. The base 350Z has the top speed of 250 km/h (electronically limited).
It was superseded by the 370Z for the 2009 model year.
Length: 163 mm
Width: 79 mm
Height: 44 mm
Chassis: TR-1 Chassis
Gear Set(s): 5:1
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