The power of Z

The Nissan Z has been an icon in sports car world for nearly half a century and each generation has been able to claim an iteration as their own. Now, we’re excited to announce the newest member to join this elite class of sports cars – the 2022 Nissan 400Z, the first new Z car in more than a decade!

Earlier models have become highly sought-after collectibles. An extraordinary 1971 model sold for $310,000 just this past January for $310,000. Now, this all-new Nissan 400Z, available in spring of 2021, promises to continue that trend. While the final specs have yet to be determined, we’re expecting this successor to the wildly successful 370Z to boast a totally badass twin-turbo V6 that holds the power of 400 horses.

Nissan Z yellow driver side view

The New Z Bears A Strong Family Resemblance To Its Siblings

There is a retro feel to some of this new model’s design, harking back to the classic 240Z in its hood and headlights. Yet, the 400Z has also been totally reimagined for today’s more sophisticated sports car enthusiast, with an automatic transmission and the leading-edge technology you would expect in a performance car.

Inside, the 400Z has the look and feel of classic racing machine with new stuff like a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, as well as sleek dashboard design that features its infotainment screen beneath elongated oval air vents that take their cue from the shape of the taillamps.

Nissan Z dash

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