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The 2009 Nissan 370Z was unveiled in the game Need for Speed ​​Undercover EA

Take the wheel of the all-new 2009 Nissan 370Z eight weeks before his arrival at dealerships

EA and Nissan has passed the upper speed for holidays! The Black Box studio of Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) and Nissan today unveiled the highly anticipated and all-new 2009 Nissan 370Z, continuing the tradition of the series Need for Speed ​​games featuring the vehicles the most spectacular ever. This is the first time an automaker teamed up with a company of video games to unveil a model car world premiere. Nissan ZMD will be offered exclusively in the game the most anticipated race for the holidays, Need for Speed ​​™ Undercover, which will be launched in North America on November 18 and in Europe on November 21. 

"Over the last 15 years, Need for Speed ​​defines standards for lovers of modern cars making the most exciting cars in the world accessible in video games. We are delighted to partner with one of the current auto giants to unveil in exclusivity the new Nissan Z ®, "said Keith Munro states, vice president, Marketing, Electronic Arts. "The game Need for Speed ​​setting style, action and power; Nissan ZMD responds quite the expectations of drivers of Need for Speed. In November, fans of the game can try the all-new 370Z before it is being marketed. "

"Our relationship with EA has enabled us to promote the Nissan brand to a unique group of passionate," stated Christian Meunier, vice president, Marketing, Nissan. "By launching the all-new 2009 Nissan ZMD first game in the Need for Speed: Undercover, we combine our car also has all the wit and all the energy of the game that players know so well. We worked with EA for the players to experiment fully all aspects of the conduct of the new 370Z and live a rich and intoxicating experience emotions. " 

Designers Need for Speed ​​Undercover has worked closely with Nissan to faithfully reproduce the characteristics of the all-new Nissan Z ®, from headlights and unique boomerang-shaped rear powertrain improves, and recreate the sensation of driving and performance of this car. From the beginning of the game, players dive into the action and speeding the 370Z to try to outsmart traffic.

The new 2009 Nissan 370Z testifies to the evolution of the legendary Nissan Z ®. Building on the strengths of the model which it is inspired, it reaches the perfect balance between performance, style and value among sports cars. With the 2009 version of the Nissan Z ®, the manufacturer completely redesigned the model for the first time since he brings back on the market in 2003.   

The all-new 2009 Nissan 370Z Cup will be presented to the public on November 19 at the motor show in Los Angeles. It will be available in dealerships in early 2009. 

Need for Speed ​​Undercover plunges players into scenarios that embody the spirit of the series by making them live crazy lawsuits against police and racing spectacular highway. Players will discover a world where they will have to rely on speed and action for business to take the wheel of one of the most flamboyant cars in the world. In addition, the new "Heroic Driving Engine" engine makes up the action a notch by allowing players effector maneuvers incredible to learn from situations worthy of Hollywood films.

Need for Speed ​​Undercover is under development studio Black Box in Vancouver, British Columbia. The game will be available for the system and games Xbox 360 ® entertainment, the PlayStation ® 3 entertainment system, Wii ™ system on the entertainment system PlayStationMD2, the Nintendo DS ™ system, the PSP ® portable entertainment system (PlayStation ® Portable), and PC Cell Phones. For more information, please visit www.needforspeed.com site. Members of the media can get all the news on the http://info.ea.com website (website in English).

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