The 350Z Roadster, the convertible version of the 350Z
coupe, was first introduced as a 2004 model and continues
to be a great open-air sports car for top-down driving enthusiasts.
The Z Roadster features a power-operated soft top with glass
rear window, which transforms from top-up to top-down in about
The 350 Z Roadster’s fully automatic soft top features a heated
glass rear window, which helps provide clearer visibility in
adverse weather conditions. And, unlike other convertibles in
its class, the top stows compactly under a lightweight, powered
tonneau cover, completely hiding the top when down.
Also during the design phase of the 350 Z Roadster, Nissan engineers
devoted countless hours conducting wind tunnel tests. These
tests allowed the engineers to adjust the Roadster’s design
to route air flow to help minimize interior noise and turbulence
while maximizing downforce at highway speeds. As a result, the
350 Z Roadster is among the leading competitors for low interior
noise with the top down.