Nissan 400Z will about to enter the market by the end of this year. Recently, there are several leaked images of this upcoming model from Nissan.
Last year, Nissan has introduced the Nissan Z Proto under the near-production form. Ahead of the launch of the production-ready version, images of this model are shared online. These images suggest that the upcoming model will look absolutely stunning.
Nissan is about to launch the new Nissan 400Z
It is reported that the upcoming Nissan model will be named 400Z. As per the latest images, Nissan 400Z will look almost identical to the near-production version revealed last year except for some minor differences. The production-ready model comes with a dark-grey version, unlike the brilliant Bright Yellow scheme featured on the displayed model.
In terms of design, the Nissan 400Z sees a dominance of sharp and bold lines and ceases. On the front end, it sports a wide air intake along with a boxy grille, an aggressive-looking bumper with a splitter on the lower side. Nissan 400Z is likely to get the new Nissan logo which is carefully hidden on these new images. The bonnet gets the same three-point hump on the bonnet. Compared to the Z Proto, the production-ready version gets a sharper and more detailed design.
For the side profile, the Nissan 400Z features the typical dynamic silhouette that is usually seen on the Z models with a long front overhang, sloping roofline, and raked rear window. These elements create a sporty look for the 400Z. Moreover, this sporty design also gets black-finished alloy wheels.
Nissan 400Z will be identical to the near-production Nissan Z Proto
The rear design is in line with the sporty and funky theme of the 400Z. In fact, it is packed with sleek and flamboyant elements including a pronounced lip spoiler, retro-inspired taillights, as well as a flashy diffuser and twin exhaust mufflers.
While the exterior of the 400Z reminds you of the older Z cars, the interior follows a different approach - more modern and feature-loaded. There are a multi-function steering wheel and a large LCD instrument cluster display, another LCD unit on the centre console. The unit shown in these pictures is an automatic model with a steering-mounted paddle shifter and three analogue dials. It will get a twin-turbo V6 petrol unit paired to a 6-speed manual transmission as standard. An automatic gearbox as in the model above will also available as an option. Nissan 400Z is likely to hit the international market by the end of this year. The price of this model is likely to be on par with the Toyota Supra.