We get project name (395), hints that the car will go slightly retro taking cues from the 2000 GT of yore, have V-6 and V-8 options and be a convertible. The V8 may push things to 350 horsepower with prices for the high-performance version topping $40,000. The more pedestrian V-6 should start in 350Z territory, around $30,000. Edmunds Inside Line spills the beans.
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