Nissan will launch its new Z sports car, based on Z prototype concept Starting in 2020, that is, August 17, 2021.This brand new sports car that may be called 400Z is Unabashedly spied Earlier this year, the picture showed the styling and interior of the production car.
- Will be the successor of Nissan 370Z
- Design loyal to last year’s Z Proto concept
- Expected to offer manual and automatic transmission options
Nissan 400Z exterior and interior design
It can be seen from the car pictures leaked earlier this year that the mass-produced 400Z is loyal to the Z Proto concept. The long hood, round headlights, large central grille and fast back like the rear are a return to the previous generations of Nissan Z cars. The rear adopts a simple design, with black trim running through the entire rear, and the design of the taillight is inspired by 300ZX.
The cab is also kept close to the concept car, with a driver-centric layout, a digital instrument panel, a slim central air-conditioning, a large touch screen and an analog dial on the top of the center console.
Nissan 400Z engine details
The new 400Z is expected to be powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 gasoline engine.Reports indicate that the device can generate up to 400 horsepower, making it compatible with New Toyota Supra This makes 340hp (UK version). Transmission options are expected to include manual and automatic devices.
Nissan’s model lineup in India
Although Nissan did provide the 370Z as a halo model between 2010 and 2014, there is no news about whether the new Z car will be launched in India.The automaker currently has two models on sale in India, the Kicks mid-size SUV and the newer and more popular models Magnite compact SUVThe company also offers three models under its sister brand Datsun, namely entry-level Redigo hatchback And bigger go with with Go+.
The car manufacturer also recently launched a Subscription-based ownership plan Covers Kicks and Magnite and Datsun Redigo.
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