Hot or Not? LSD Offers Scissor Doors for Nissan 370Z

Let's be honest here. Marcello Gandini's famous vertically opening doors originally designed for the Lamborghini Countach belong only on Sant'Agata's raging bulls. There, end of story.

Well, not exactly...

As much as we'd like to finalize the popular Lambo door trend there, sadly it presses on. It happens that plenty of people (more so in Europe) still put Lambo-esque doors on their non-Lambo rides, and one of the world's top providers of such fine goods, LSD (short for Lambo Style Doors) is there to deliver. Its latest pair of scissors has arrived, this time for the Nissan 370Z.

Even though we're not fans of the doors on any vehicle without a bull badge, we have to give LSD credit; it does Gandini's doors well. The products bolt into the factory mounting points in order to guaranteed fitment and an OEM-like quality. LSD also goes through the laborious task of certifying the doors by the TUV (Germany's version of the Department of Transportation), meaning they are crash- and strength-tested.

So if you do happen to go down the Lambo door route, these guys could be a good bet.

It'll cost you around $2208 for the complete set -- relatively cheap when compared to anything Sant'Agata puts out.

Source: LSD

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Not.I don't have a problem with cars other than Lamborghinis using scissor doors when it's designed in from the start. It's that the retrofitted doors are just that.

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