The mid-range Corvette has gone a little more splashy and the Toyota Supra coming up stronger than ever is a sign that Nissan is thinking of redesigning the aging Z model for the new year 2023.
The alphanumeric name that is being taken by the Nissan Z and the outgoing 370Z that originally took its name as the 240Z late back in the year 1969 but the upcoming generation would only be called simply Z.
The 400 horsepower twin-turbocharged V-6 engine would be charging the new Nissan Z and would also drive the rear wheels through the six-speed manual or a powerful nine-speed automatic transmission.
The new technological upgrade received by the Nissan Z for the first time is the glistening touchscreen infotainment with a digital gauge display that is reconfigurable along with a host of new driver-assisted features.
The previous generations were more tackling the likes of the Mazda MX-5 Miata and also the Toyota 86 but the upcoming sleek design of the Nissan Z is more of a competition to leave the Toyota Supra in crosshairs.
The iconic Nissan Z would soon be making its fall in the year 2023 and this Z concept car is all grooving its shape and designing inspired by the past models of the but certainly gives us the glance of the future technology and with its much needed inner modernization.
The convertible model of the vehicle would soon come up but the new Z model can come near the end of the year 2022.
The current version of the 370z lags a bit behind with the pricing done for the upcoming Nissan Z but this new version still holds a somewhat higher competition for Audi TT and Supra.
The Z Performance trim can lend you a sportier suspension tuning system, upgraded brakes, powerful rear differentials, faux suede upholstery, powerful seats with electronic upgrading.
|Nissan Z Sport
|Nissan Z Performance
|Nissan Proto Spec
The Twin Turbo V6 with a twin-turbocharged V6 is what comes under the hood of the Nissan Z with 400 horsepower, 3.0 liter that was also shown in the Infiniti Q60. Although the Infiniti has given more of an all-wheel-drive experience the Nissan is sticking with rear-wheel drive experience and no sooner it lends with the sale soon it would rather be made available either with the six-speed manual or nine-speed automatic transmission.