Nissan 370Z will receive a receiver in 2022

Nissan 370Z will receive a receiver in 2022

January 28, 2021 0 By autotimesnews

The Japanese company will continue to sell the Nissan 370Z sports car in 2021.

Nissan spokesman Dan Pass confirmed on Tuesday that sales of the 2020 Nissan 370Z will be extended to the 2021 model year, while the world awaits a new Z car expected in 2022. Nissan cut the Z lineup in 2020 when it ditched the roadster after the 2019 model year. In 2020, the 50th Anniversary Edition was introduced.

Z’s future has been questioned many times over the years with various messages. These reports turned out to be nothing more than rumors. Hiroshi “Mr. GT-R” Tamura, Chief Product Officer for Nissan GT-R and NISMO, said at the 2019 New York International Auto Show that the future of the Z sports car and GT-R supercar will be customer-driven.

In October 2019, the first mules for the new Generation Z were spotted and tested on a track in the back of a 370Z. The next generation Z car, known as the Z35 generation, was announced in September by the Z Proto. The hood and LED headlights were inspired by the 240Z, while the horizontal taillights were reminiscent of the Z32 300ZX.

Nissan has shared details of the Proto and the production Z35, but this concept is 4.7 inches longer than the 370Z, likely due to longer overhangs and slightly taller and wider. While the 370Z rides on 20 “wheels, the Proto rides on 19” wheels.

The Z35’s powertrain has not been confirmed, but it is expected to have a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 with around 400 horsepower, which is also found in the Infiniti Q60. Nissan has confirmed that a manual transmission will be offered alongside an automatic transmission.

Expect the Z35 Z generation to be called the 400Z when unveiled later in 2021 as the expected 2022 model.