INTRODUCING THE ALL-NEW NISSAN Z

Due to arrive in mid-2022, the new Nissan Z replaces the iconic 370Z and continues the Japanese brand’s legacy of dynamic, rear-wheel drive sports cars. Boasting a long bonnet in keeping with classic sports car design, as well as a sharply rising windshield and steeply tapered roofline, it’s endowed with aggressive, slick looks that can’t fail to set your pulse racing. A high shoulder line and sculpted flanks add to the Z’s athletic character, while a spoiler aids its aerodynamics and wider front tyres improve cornering performance.

The all-new Nissan Z is equipped with a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine, which is paired to either a six-speed manual or nine-speed automatic gearbox – the choice is yours. Expect a 300kW output and 475Nm of torque – that’s 30 percent more power than the car’s predecessor. The result is a 0-100km speed of less than five seconds.

To step behind the wheel is to enjoy a modern, responsive drive while feeling the connection to the Z’s impressive heritage. This sense of past to present is accentuated by the interior design, which features vintage touches such as the three analog pod gauges on the instrument panel and a centre stack design that’s reminiscent of the models that came before.

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Overseas pre-production model shown. Australian specifications and features may differ. Images shown are indicative only.

Z Proto edition The limited edition Z Proto will be available for a short time at launch, offering enthusiasts chance to enjoy an exclusive take on this dynamic car. It sports 19-inch bronze forged alloy wheels and yellow brake calipers, as well as yellow interior accents and stitching.
Colour accents The design aesthetic of earlier models has been incorporated into the new Z’s interior styling, with the door handles and steering wheel harking back to previous iterations. Black, red and blue accents are also available, adding to the sporty nature of the cabin.
Internal Experience the best of contemporary technology with the 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, which can be customised to your preferences. Arrange the data to suit your needs and access key information at a glance as you drive.
The Nissan Z’s seats have been carefully designed to hold you in place using know-how from the GT-R’s development. The use of suede on the seatback suppresses lateral shake on the body to create a comfy ride, and offers superior support during aggressive cornering.