Nissan Z Proto To Be Revealed On September 16
In the next 12 months, we expect the Nissan 400Z sports car to be unveiled. But on September 16, 2020, the auto manufacturer will remove the prototype cover of the new 370Z. In preparation for the ceremony, Nissan intensified his teaser campaign and released a video to show the Nissan Z Proto.
The new video shows the engine notes of the Nissan Z Proto and also confirms that the car is being transmitted by hand. The presence of a V6 engine, which is likely to produce a twin-turbo engine of approximately 406hp, is seemingly confirmed.
The Nissan Z Proto reveals other small details on the new Z-car, such as the redesigned ‘Z’ logo, the LED light, and distinctive rubber-branded alloy wheels.
The Japanese company has earlier announced on Twitter the new model due in 2021 will be reviewed by the Z Protocol. We understand that the 400Z title will be used in the production version of the car.
To date, the car manufacturers have unveiled some further details of the car, which is the newest addition to its sportscar lineage Z that began on the Datsun 240Z in 1969. Furthermore, Nissan had previewed the 400Z in a previous video showing his future model line-up. A look at the silhouette of the next model showed that it might have evolved styling from the current 370Z coupe.
The 370Z was launched in 2008 and is the oldest car in Nissan’s current range. We know that the new Z car will come with a 3,0-liter twin-turbo V6, which will provide more power than the current one. It is unlikely that the Nissan sibling brand Infiniti Q50 / Q60 model will be built on a custom platform due to its comparatively low sales volumes.
A trademark application was recently submitted by Nissan for a restyled Z badge version. The retro look of the badge suggests that the new model is inspired by historical sports cars from Nissan, possibly with a sharp front like the 240Z and distinctive 300 ZX brake lights.
The interior of the new model is also for a major redesign, with the 370Z frequently criticized for outdated performance in comparison with their rivals. End the focus on premium materials and replace a modern infotainment system with access to a variety of connectivity services in the existing vehicle’s basic touch screen.
In India, in 2010 the Nissan 370Z was launched, but in 2014 the model came to an end. In some international markets, the 370Z is still on sale. If the new 400Z makes it to our market, there is no official word.
For now, the Hyundai Venue rival the compact SUV of Magnite was trained by Nissan India in early 2021.
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