2022 Nissan 400Z to debut in August
- The next-generation Nissan Z-Car will debut on August 17, 2021 in New York, New York.
- Called Nissan 400Z, the car replaces the long-standing 370Z, in production since 2008.
- The Nissan 400Z will likely use the turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 from Infiniti’s Q50 and Q60 cars.
If you are a fan of Nissan 350Z, or the 370Z, rejoice! Nissan’s latest sports coupe is fair at the street corner. Nissan has officially announced that the next production-ready Z car will debut on August 17, 2021. The next Nissan replaces the long-running Nissan 370Z and further expands Nissan’s updated lineup.
If you think you’ve seen the new Nissan Z-Car before, you’re not dreaming: Nissan showed the prototype the upcoming Nissan 400Z, and we don’t expect any major changes to the production-ready version. While we would expect a few minor changes that could make the Nissan easier to produce or to live with, we doubt Nissan will deviate from the well-received prototype.
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What we’ll learn when the new model makes its official debut, that’s all. The Nissan 400Z Proto could show what the new car will look like, but we still don’t know the exact details of the new car. Nissan is expected to build on the 3.0-liter turbocharged Infiniti V6 for power, which would make sense given the naming convention. We also expect Nissan to keep a manual transmission.
We’re hoping Nissan will also unveil a price and an expected launch date in this reveal, but we won’t know until August. We wouldn’t be surprised to see the Z-Car’s price go up, but hopefully it will stay below $ 40,000.
The new Nissan Z-Car has big shoes to fill. Do you think the 400Z will be a success? Let us know in the comments below.
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