Nissan 400Z Teased, To Launch Globally Next Year

by Jatin Chhibber | 29/05/2020
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A recent YouTube video by Nissan teased the all-new Z sports car for the very first time. The upcoming Nissan 400Z is expected to launch by next year.

Here’s good news for the Nissan Z fans, or any sports car fans, for that matter. A recent report suggests that the all-new Nissan Z sports car will soon join the carmaker’s line-up. A recent video uploaded on the company’s official YouTube channel showcases a number of new vehicles which are expected to hit the global markets in the near future. The video is titled “From A to Z” and it gives us a good look at the upcoming Z’s front and side profile. The front fascia of the all-new Nissan Z will get rounder LED headlights, while the profile of the sports car will feature coupe-like roofline, which looks quite aggressive and is gelling up pretty well with the sporty nature of the car.

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The video uploaded on the company's official YouTube channel is titled as "From Z to A"

At the back, the angular taillights offered with the previous model will be replaced by more square units, taking inspiration from the older generation 300ZX model. Rumours suggest that the all-new Nissan Z will be named as 400Z, and is expected to hit the market by next year. Moreover, Nissan’s chief designer, Mr Alfonso Albaisa, also hinted at the upcoming Nissan Z in an exclusive roadshow column. The mechanical specs of the car are not yet revealed but the car is expected to be offered with two engine options. The first one will be a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 borrowed from Infiniti that produces 400 bhp of power. This engine option can make the new Z quite expensive.

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The all-new Nissan 400Z will be powered by a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 engine

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The second options will be Nissan Frontier’s V6 powertrain, which could churn out 350 bhp to 400 bhp of peak power. Transmission duties will be done by a 6-speed MT or an automatic gearbox, and the power will be transmitted exclusively to the rear wheels. The ongoing Nissan 370Z is powered by a naturally aspirated 3.7-litre, V6 gasoline engine, which puts out 332bhp of peak power.
 

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