No but it could be hybrid... [nt]

Sep 16, 2020,08:03 AM
 

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New Nissan 240Z prototype

 
 By: cazalea : September 16th, 2020-06:28
Albaisa: Making a car with such an iconic history is a big challenge. Roughly 1.8 million Z cars have been sold around the world, including more than 1.3 million in North America. That means there are millions of past and current owners with their own uni...  

Superb proto

 
 By: VinnieD : September 16th, 2020-06:57
Yet not planned to be distributed in Europe sigh

Wow! What a beast!

 
 By: renerod : September 16th, 2020-07:10
It must be a real pleasure to drive it around California’s coastal roads, don’t you think? Thanks for sharing. René

I think it would be great fun, if everyone else would stay home ...

 
 By: cazalea : September 16th, 2020-07:26
I have a neighbor who works with Nissan Design, I will have to ask his opinion of this car

Design-wise

 
 By: VinnieD : September 16th, 2020-07:38
It has succeeded in my book with its low-hanging backside, where Porsche is failing for the last 20 years

It will be great to have his insight

 
 By: renerod : September 16th, 2020-08:06
Let us know what he thinks. Thanks. René

Yes, didn’t think about that. [nt]

 
 By: dedestexhes : September 16th, 2020-08:11

What I think. [nt]

 
 By: amanico : October 6th, 2020-23:28

Not mad at all! It is actually a sensible every day car, as long you don‘t want to transport bikes, skiies or so...

 
 By: MCG (Markus) : September 16th, 2020-12:07
I am considering hiring those things in the future... 🙄😂

😂 [nt]

 
 By: MCG (Markus) : October 6th, 2020-15:48

Best iteration since the Z32!

 
 By: DarrenKats : September 16th, 2020-07:56
Still have mine since I bought it new in 1990. Doesn't get driven much but just can't sell it. ...  

wow that is quite some commitment

 
 By: VinnieD : September 16th, 2020-08:54
I am thinking about a recent Miata as a keeper: low hassle, big pleasure

My best friend at university bought a 1973 orange 240Z to celebrate his graduation [nt]

 
 By: Uncle Chico : September 16th, 2020-07:58
He wrecked it beyond repair a year later. No injuries.

Gorgeous side view [nt]

 
 By: Gelato Monster : September 16th, 2020-08:01

Great looking. I hope it stays like this.

 
 By: @lberti : September 16th, 2020-08:25
I had the 350z and enjoyed a lot !

Like it!! [nt]

 
 By: Ted-Lo : September 16th, 2020-09:30

Looks like a fast machine! [nt]

 
 By: patrick_y : September 16th, 2020-10:17

The Z has always been immensely popular

 
 By: Jurry : September 16th, 2020-10:55
In the US I must add. I remember all to well that during my Air Force days in Texas, many pilots were drooling over those cars. But even with a price level that in those days was really value for money (compare new price divided by nr of horsepower and yo... 

Not hopeful...

 
 By: Mostel : September 18th, 2020-16:31
The current Z is ugly. This one is an improvement, but in no way even close to the 240Z or 280 Z. Well, can't resist... zzzzzzzzzz. Iide view is 'OK'. Not sure why anyone would be super excited by side view. Engine specs are 'whatever'. Nothing about this... 

2nd take...

 
 By: Mostel : September 19th, 2020-14:38
I read more and looked more at this car... the tail lights ARE reminiscent of the classic '70's models, NICE. Interior is minimal, GOOD. I still do not like the profile, because it follows the current model, which is just not a good looking car... but yea...