New teaser hinted at the retro design of the future sports car Nissan Z ProtoSeptember 7, 2020
Ahead of the upcoming debut of the new Nissan Z Proto, the Japanese automaker is releasing a highly intriguing video teaser. Recall that the premiere of the sports car is scheduled for September 16.
A completely new Z-car is preparing to be presented to the general public. In the meantime, Nissan is stirring up the interest of fans in the upcoming debut of the novelty.
The brand has released another teaser, where it hints at the design of the sports car – it will match the Z models of previous years. So, in the video we see round headlights in the spirit of the Nissan Fairlady Z / Datsun 240Z and taillights inspired by the headlights of the 300ZX (Z32). The updated Z logo can be seen on the C-pillar.Another nod to the iconic cars of yesteryear.
This time, the manufacturer allowed fans to look into the interior of the sports car. Here the lever of the mechanical gearbox allegedly flashed. Such a frame was clearly included in the video for a reason.
In general, there is very little information about the technical stuffing – all the information is at the level of assumptions by auto experts. The Japanese are clearly not going to reveal all the cards before the premiere. The only thing Nissan has said is that the new Z sports car combines a “retro theme with modern technology” and “won’t disappoint.”
At the presentation, the brand will most likely show a prototype. However, it can be very close to a serial car.
Meanwhile, Dacia has unveiled teasers of the updated Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan. The Romanian brand promises to organize the premiere of the new generation of these models in the near future. Recall that they will all receive a new platform.
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