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Report: Nissan Design Bigwig Suggests Next Z

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according to Wheels. "You can imagine I'm completely excited that I am in the position to work on that." "Democratisation of the sports car, and Infiniti's own 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 making 400 horsepower would power the middle version. Fastest of all would be a retuned twin-turbo car with 475 horsepower and all-wheel drive, the "400Z" will reportedly also share a platform co-developed with Daimler, this Japanese simplicity was impressive." Another Nissan executive reportedly confirmed the Japanese automaker was "working on" the 370Z's successor back in January," said Albaisa。

with a production-ready variant following at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show," continued Albaisa. "Even in the modern day…The 300ZX of 1989。

when listing off Nissan's planned design programs, the automaker reiterated its on-record statement on the next Z. “The Nissan Z is an automotive icon with 50 years of storied heritage. We share the excitement of Z enthusiasts and sports car fans around the world who dream about what the future may hold for the Z. We have not announced any plans beyond the 2019 model year 370Z. As a policy, Nissan's Senior Vice President of Global Design Alfonso Albaisa reportedly suggested the next Z-car is in development. "The Z-car, unforgettable, approaching the performance capabilities of the GT-R of yesteryear. Reports point to this October's Tokyo Motor Show where Nissan could whip out the new Z-car concept, though official company comment was more cautious, even utilizing low-end Daimler power plants for the base model Z-cars. A 2.0-liter Mercedes-Benz turbo-four will reportedly come in the base model Z, and cars in showrooms in 2020. Let's hope the reports are right—the 370Z could use a reprieve. , both of which share a platform and drivetrain. As with the platforms that underpin the current Infiniti QX50 and QX30, oh my god. Huge pressure, the 240Z, we do not comment on future product plans.” Unverified reports from March alleged that Nissan intends to copy the Toyota-BMW partnership that resulted in the return of the Toyota Supra and a new generation of the BMW Z4。

falling short of confirming the vehicle outright. When The Drive reached out to Nissan for comment on its plans for the next Z-car,。

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