Nissan unveiled this week a hotter version of the 370Z coupe, based on the feedback received from Facebook followers.

Nissan has finally finished working on the one-off 2013 370Z coupe. Dubbed as "Project 370Z", for this project the Japanese automaker has collaborated with Facebook followers to bring several performance and cosmetic changes to the coupe.

In the first part of the program Nissan installed a Greddy turbocharger kit to the car's V6 3.7-liter engine, increasing the output to more than 500 ponies (up from the standard 332 hp). Also in stage 1 they've mounted a KW coilover suspension, a Greddy Ti-C catback exhaust, along with a StopTech Big Brake kit.

Additional modifications to the power plant were brought during stage 2, and in this phase they've also installed a new gear shifter and steering wheel. Other changes included different gauges, Recaro sport seats and reupholstering the door panels. This one-off 370Z has also received VOLK 19-inch alloy wheels while the car was wrapped around in a matte grey foil.

There are no plans for the moment to put the car on sale, but you know what happened with the Juke-R.

Gallery: Nissan unveils one-off Project 370Z [video]