Agreed. And to put it so prominently as one of the main points in the opening. We should be able to bank on the Spring 2021 on-sale date being accurate. The only caveat is if maybe the date has pushed or will push due to the pandemic.
Love it I hope it makes production as-is in the same exact location. Its a welcomed unique position for a rear badge.
Missed the live reveal but caught enough of a replay posted. Seemed like most of the exciting stuff was in the beginning anyway. It was definitely eye catching to use yellow as...
Front win goes to the Supra.
All other angles goes to the 400Z.
Interior (especially the steering wheel and dash layout) also goes to the Z. And that's coming from a BMW guy.
I voted for the Z overall.
O M G. I honestly didn't think this day would actually ever come after all these years of delay.
Loving the 240z vibe it's throwing off! Read about the massive Nissan restructuring plan today, good luck to the company and hope the new Z help boosts its image in the US again!
Yea and one with anemic sales in need of lightweighting and definitely overdue for a make over. There would be no point to it. It won't spark sales enough to justify keeping the brand going and yea, a 370Z with a 3.0L engine makes no sense.
True and from the sounds of it we won't get anything for another few yrs. Really promising that the VR series engine is making upwards of 400 HP in the Q50, hoping they can push that for 425+ for the next Z.
Might be true when looking at cars made from traditional materials and using traditional construction, but the next generation of cars is beginning to see more widespread use of carbon fiber mixed into the construction. With CAFE requirements getting tougher and tougher in the next few years...