The photo shows the interior of the sporty 2022 Nissan ZApril 7, 2021
A recently leaked photo from the Nissan Z Club overseas forum offers us a glimpse of the interior of the new generation of the 400Z sports car. The interior is made in bright blue colors.
The image is rather vague, but you can still notice that the seats seem to have a faux suede center and leather bolsters. Based on the comments on this photo, this shade of blue is very similar to the color used for the upholstery of the original 240Z Coupe.
In general, the interior looks rather rough. The dashboard uses a very shiny plastic, which makes the interior look very cheap. The dull finish on the gearshift frame is no better. The gaps between the panels also seem outrageously large.
In the center console layout, the HVAC vents (climate system) are located at the top and the infotainment screen is below them. We hope that the relatively low position of the display will not distract the driver from what is happening on the road. There are three gauges at the top of the dashboard facing the driver.
The driver looks at the digital dashboard. There are no good photos yet showing the interface of the virtual “tidy”.
According to insider reports, Nissan plans to equip the new Z-family with a 3.0-liter VR30DDTT twin-turbo V6 engine that develops 400 horsepower (475 Nm) in the high-performance Infiniti Q60 Red Sport. The starting price will be $ 34,995. Buyers will be able to choose between a six-speed manual transmission or a nine-speed automatic from Mercedes-Benz.
It is reported that buyers can retrofit the new Z with additional “packages” of $ 5,000 or 385,750 rubles. everyone. For example, the Type S “package” adds Brembo brakes, thicker anti-roll bars, and improved cooling. The Type T includes things like leather upholstery, electrically adjustable heated and cooled seats, and adaptive cruise control.
The Z is expected to be unveiled at the end of 2021.
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