Nissan's new Z coupe will be officially unveiled on August 17th
Two months to go!
After much speculation about its introduction date, Nissan has now officially announced the debut of the new Z coupe. The vehicle will see the light of day for the first time on August 17th. By then, the Japanese brand will certainly have shown us other teasers to whet our curiosity.
What we do know is that the newcomer will have a design that is fairly faithful to the Z Proto Concept unveiled last year. The differences between the study and the series production model should therefore be minor. On the few camouflaged prototypes that have been seen, it is worth noting that the large rectangular grille should not be kept.
The oval headlights, reminiscent of the 240Z's eyes, will remain, as will the taillights, which are encased in a black band similar to those of the 300ZX from the 1990s. Under the bonnet, the new Z will be powered by a 3.0-litre V6 that is expected to produce around 400 PS. A 6-speed manual transmission will be standard, while an automatic transmission can be fitted as an option.
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