A prototype of a sporty Nissan Z Proto was spotted on tests

A prototype of a sporty Nissan Z Proto was spotted on tests

May 2, 2021 0 By autotimesnews

The next representative of the legendary sports family Nissan Z-series was seen on public roads in Tennessee (USA). The car did not receive a single gram of camouflage, in addition, the sound of its powerful engine could be heard.

According to previous reports, there is a huge possibility that the Nissan 370Z sports coupe is currently out of stock in the US, but fans of the legendary Nissan Z family know that the next generation of the iconic sports car is just around the corner.

In fact, the Nissan Z Proto, which is said to show what the next Nissan Z car will be like, has been spotted on public roads in Tennessee, USA. It is known that the car was on its way to the next automobile event.

The video posted above pretty much shows us how the next Nissan Z sports car will look on the road. As expected, the novelty received a sleek body, covered with bright yellow paint. Although it was rather difficult to hear the Z Proto’s engine during shooting – background noises interfered, you can still hear this sound during the slow movement of the car, as well as when its engine was idling when the car reached its destination. To do this, you can go to the roughly 3 minute mark of the video.

However, this is not the first time we have seen prototypes of the new Z Proto. The car was shown to the public in Tokyo (Japan).

As our insiders previously reported, the next car in the Nissan Z family will hardly be called the 400Z. It is reported that the new sports coupe will simply be referred to as the “Z” worldwide, with the exception of Japan, where it will be marketed under the “Fairlady Z” name. The novelty is expected to cost just under $ 35,000, and yes, it will be powered by a V6 engine that produces 400 horsepower.

The next Z-Series is slated to be officially unveiled later this year, with sales slated for spring 2022.

Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Nissan Magnite crossover entered the South African car market. Initially, the compact car was sold only in India, where it showed excellent sales. Now its geography is expanding.