Sexy girls, fast cars, and Las Vegas: Paradise?

To the average gear head, there is nothing in the world better than hot girls and fast cars. Why do we build fast cars? To get hot girls, duh! Combining these two wonderful aspects of life is heavenly. During their brief stay at the Luxor in Las Vegas, NV three Sports Illustrated swimsuit models got a chance for the ride of their life in three Nissan 370Z sports cars. Three different colors, three hot girls, three hot cars, and Las Vegas; what more is there to ask for?

The heavenly scene starts out illustrating the beautiful women and exquisite vehicles. Excited as they approach their chariots of speed, the girls jump in for what most would consider a ride of their life. Zipping through the streets of Vegas, the girls and the cars find themselves doing donuts on top of a parking garage. Making good use of the 370Z's suspension and rear wheel drive, a quick drift is just what the doctor ordered. Causing chaos, blushing, and utmost excitement, the Nissan 370Z combined with SI's hottest models is one excellent scenario.

What makes the 370Z the ideal vehicle for this task? To start out with, they handle like their on rails. The suspension of the Z series vehicles has always been second to none. Powered by a 3.7 liter aluminum-allow engine yielding 332 horsepower at 7,000 RPM and 270 foot pounds of torque at 5,200 RPM, the 370Z is a very high revving powerhouse that loves the challenge of drifting. Suspension up front gets a 2-link double wishbone aluminum alloy setup with aluminum sub-frame. What this means is that we get all the strength needed for quick cornering, without the sluggish feel of a heavy suspension system. Aluminum is as quick reacting as it is light weight, making it perfect for jostling around supermodels. I've driven the Nissan 370Z and can attest for it's excellence; if you don't have one you want one. That's the way it goes with the Z vehicles from Nissan!

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Source: Tampa Sports Car Examiner

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