Nissan’s new project vehicle dubbed the 370Zki (pronounced 370-Ski) is debuting at the Chicago auto show and its opened up a new category in the automotive industry….winter convertibles. Rad.
MotorTrend reports the sporty snowmobile features:
“Enormous Dominator rear snow tracks from American Track Truck, but also dons front skis that are 56 inches long and 12 inches wide. To make room for the tracks, Nissan first had to take the entire drivetrain out of the stock 370Z. Eventually, the seven-speed automatic and 3.7-liter V-6 were put back in, and the car still makes 332 hp like the normal model. It also retains its rear-drive setup.”
Anyone out there looking to drop the top in January?