Nissan's 370Z has been around for a decade now, but the company keeps proving how flexible the platform is with continual upgrades that keep a strong competitor in the sports car market. Nissan is bringing the 370Z Project Clubsport 23 to the 2018 SEMA show and raided its own parts bin and the bins of a few SEMA suppliers to show that the 370Z isn't done yet. First and foremost, Nissan dropped in the 400 horsepower 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 from the Infiniti Q50 400 Red Sport. The engine is mated to the manual transmission from the 370Z Nismo, the first time this engine has been available with a standard shift. Nismo suspension pieces with KW Variant coilovers and Eibach springs make for track-day fun, and Rays wheels wrapped in Hankook high-performance tires keep everything on sticking to the pavement. With the Z-car due a refresh, Nissan shows what might be on the table for the next generation.