The prices for the sports car Nissan Z in the United States have become known. Thus, the initial version Z Sport with a V6 engine 3.0 and “manual” will be possible to buy for 39 990 dollars already this summer. For comparison: the base Toyota Supra, equipped with “turbo-four” 2.0 and eight-band automatic, will cost 43,350 dollars.
In the United States, the Nissan Z coupe will have three versions. The entry-level Z Sport is priced at $39,990, the Z Performance at $49,990, and the limited-edition 240 Z Proto Spec, which references the 2020 Z Proto concept, at $52,990. At that, Toyota Supra with “turbo-four” 2.0 and eight-band automatic costs from 43,350 dollars, and with inline-six – already from 51,890 dollars.
Meanwhile, all modifications of the Nissan Z are equipped with 405 hp “Biturbo six” 3.0 VR30DDTT from the Infiniti Q60. The engine is combined with a six-speed “manual” (differs rapprochement ratios and carbon fiber primary shaft) or a nine-range automatic manufactured by Jatco. And on Z Performance cars with manual gearbox, there is a function to match the engine speed during shifts.
The standard equipment includes 18-inch wheels, a fabric interior, one-zone climate control, a media system with an 8-inch touchscreen display and six speakers, as well as front and rear Parktronic. Z Performance features a mechanical limited-slip differential, a rear spoiler, Rays wheels with Bridgestone Potenza S007 tires, sports brakes, and an exhaust system.
The limited-edition Z Proto features yellow brake calipers, 19-inch bronze-colored Rays wheels, an exclusively designed mechanic’s knob, leather seats, and cloth and suede doors.