Exactly how I fee. The front straight on is all angular and doesn't seem to match the rest of the body, which is curvier. But they could possibly soften up the front a little with the production front? The side is by far my favorite look especially that roofline which is just sweet like the F-type's. Yea looking forward to hearing about the driving experience.I like every angle except head on, the rectangle cutout of the grill is a little too blunt when compared to the rest of the car's soft lines. Kinda gives me a domo-kun vibe lol. I think they could have borrowed from the g nose or just given the grill a little more of the dynamic in the rest in the design. Nothing radical, just a little more than a cookie cut rectangle. I know it is replicating the front of the 240, but even in the original it felt more like a cost effective shape, or a matter of efficiency, rather than purposeful design. But, having said all that, what will ultimately matter is feels and how it drives. Still hyped!
I don't mind a little parts bin recycling as long as they're not major panels or features. Those things you mentioned are cool with me. The 400Z's overall design is more than worthy of a different model name than the 370Z.few things I noticed lots of the same stuff from the 370z door handles, speakers, center arm rest portion, same steering wheel turn signal/light stalks, same or very similar exhaust as the q60/50. Looks like the same brakes as the q60 black edition, same interior light dome as the 370z. Redline is 7000rpm (red sport is 6,800) boost gauge goes to 20psi.
Love it I hope it makes production as-is in the same exact location. Its a welcomed unique position for a rear badge.Did you guys catch the Fairlady badge?