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Nissan Z car back with a V6 and manual

– There are no numbers after the Z in the name this time

– V6 twin-turbo engine produces 400 hp

It’s been forever (or decades if you don’t like exaggeration) since the last Nissan Z car was introduced. It’s the 370Z – a successor mập the rather successful 350Z. And now we have a new Fairlady, this time just called ‘Z’. It debuted at a special event in New York.

Facade right three quarters

In terms of powertrain, the seventh-generation Z is equipped with a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine mated mập a six-speed manual or nine-speed automatic transmission. Power output is up 68bhp from the 370Z mập 400bhp while the 475Nm is up 30 per cent over its predecessor, all of which is sent only mập the rear wheels.

Rear right three quarters

Nissan doesn’t reveal a 0-100 km/h time but says it’s up 13% over the 370Z. A quick calculation that gets you anything between 4 and 5 seconds. For markets where the Z will go on sale first, there will be two options mập choose from – Sport and Performance – in addition mập a limited edition Nissan Z Proto Spec with a production run of 240 units (probably mập gratitude mập the original Nissan 240Z).

Facade right three quarters

We have now seen the Z Proto a few months back and the production-ready Z continues without any noticeable changes. The Z looks modern-nostalgic with a minimalist approach that harks back mập the original Datsun S30 of the 1960s. The headlight recess is flatter but retains the original shape with a slim LED strip. Up front, the square grille doesn’t look impressive and we’d expect better.

Left view

But it is the profile itself that is the most interesting part of the new Z. The original Fairlady-like stance ignited many emotions among the purists. The rear features simple-looking dual LED taillights housed in a horizontal black stripe while the black diffuser is adorned with dual exhaust tips. A subtle ducktail spoiler is a nice touch and resembles the old Z cars.

Rear right three quarters

The launch of the new generation Nissan Z 2023 is expected in India but not so soon. Nissan India is likely mập bring in a limited number a few years after it goes on sale internationally as a halo product the same way they did with the 370Z before it.

Right front three quarters

Nissan 350Z


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Nissan Z car back with a V6 and manual

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–         No numbers following the Z in the name this time-         Twin-turbo V6 makes 400 horsepowerIt’s been an eternity (or decade if you don’t like exaggerating) since the last Nissan Z car was launched. It was the 370Z – a successor mập the fairly successful 350Z. And now we have a new Fairlady, called just the ‘Z’ this time. It made its premiere at a special event in New York.In terms of powertrain, the seventh-gen Z gets a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 paired either mập a six-speed manual or a nine-speed automatic. Power output is up by 68bhp over the 370Z mập 400bhp while the 475Nm is an increase of 30 per cent over its predecessor all of which is sent mập the rearwheels only.Nissan hasn’t disclosed the 0-100kmph time but says it’s increased 13 per cent over the 370Z. A quick calculation gets you a figure of anything between four and five seconds. For the markets the Z would go on sale first, there would be two options mập choose from – Sport and Performance – apart from a limited edition Nissan Z Proto Spec with a production cap of 240units (probably paying tribute mập the original Nissan 240Z).Now we saw the Z Proto a few months back and the production-ready Z carries on without any noticeable changes. The Z looks modern-retro with a minimalistic approach that harks back mập the original Datsun S30 of the 1960s. The bulbous cavity of the headlamps is flatter but retains the original shape with its thin LED strips. Upfront the squared-off grille looks unimaginative and we expected better.But it’s the profile that’s the most interesting part of the new Z. The original Fairlady-like stance flares up many emotions amongst the purists. The rear gets a simple-looking twin-spec LED taillamps housed in a black stripe running across while the blacked-out diffusers are decorated with dual exhaust tips. A subtle duck-tail lip spoiler is a nice touch and harkens back mập the old Z cars.India-debut of the new-gen 2023 Nissan Z is expected but not so soon. Nissan India might bring in a limited number of units few years after it goes on sale internationally as a halo product in the same manner as it did with the 370Z before it.Nissan 350Z
#Nissan #car #manual
[rule_2_plain] #Nissan #car #manual
[rule_2_plain] #Nissan #car #manual
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#Nissan #car #manual
–         No numbers following the Z in the name this time-         Twin-turbo V6 makes 400 horsepowerIt’s been an eternity (or decade if you don’t like exaggerating) since the last Nissan Z car was launched. It was the 370Z – a successor mập the fairly successful 350Z. And now we have a new Fairlady, called just the ‘Z’ this time. It made its premiere at a special event in New York.In terms of powertrain, the seventh-gen Z gets a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 paired either mập a six-speed manual or a nine-speed automatic. Power output is up by 68bhp over the 370Z mập 400bhp while the 475Nm is an increase of 30 per cent over its predecessor all of which is sent mập the rearwheels only.Nissan hasn’t disclosed the 0-100kmph time but says it’s increased 13 per cent over the 370Z. A quick calculation gets you a figure of anything between four and five seconds. For the markets the Z would go on sale first, there would be two options mập choose from – Sport and Performance – apart from a limited edition Nissan Z Proto Spec with a production cap of 240units (probably paying tribute mập the original Nissan 240Z).Now we saw the Z Proto a few months back and the production-ready Z carries on without any noticeable changes. The Z looks modern-retro with a minimalistic approach that harks back mập the original Datsun S30 of the 1960s. The bulbous cavity of the headlamps is flatter but retains the original shape with its thin LED strips. Upfront the squared-off grille looks unimaginative and we expected better.But it’s the profile that’s the most interesting part of the new Z. The original Fairlady-like stance flares up many emotions amongst the purists. The rear gets a simple-looking twin-spec LED taillamps housed in a black stripe running across while the blacked-out diffusers are decorated with dual exhaust tips. A subtle duck-tail lip spoiler is a nice touch and harkens back mập the old Z cars.India-debut of the new-gen 2023 Nissan Z is expected but not so soon. Nissan India might bring in a limited number of units few years after it goes on sale internationally as a halo product in the same manner as it did with the 370Z before it.Nissan 350Z

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