The automaker will have a number of new and classic models on display.
Called Project Clubsport 23, it gets a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6.
Plus thoughts on Nissan's Z car, the death of the Beetle, Ford Focus Active and writing.
With a smooth ride and good power, the Z feels good around town, but flog it in the hills and its age starts to show. The six-speed is geared perfectly, and there's plenty of bottom-end torque, but the motor is buzzy over 4,500 rpm, and the softly sprung suspension gets floppy when you're pushing hard. Overall grip is disappointing.
Autocar cites "senior officials from Nissan" for confirmation that a next-generation Z-car is on the way. The UK mag says the two-door has the codename Z35, will get coupe and convertible versions, and will arrive in time for the 240Z's 50th anniversary in 2019, in concept form at very least. Problem is, after reading through everything, we can't tell if this is merely another mutation of the same body of rumors that has been treading water for at least three years now.
Coming to the 2018 Chicago Auto Show.
The car will debut next week at the New York Auto Show.
Expect three different powertrains ranging from 300 to 500 horsepower.
It's time to make the ... 370Z NISMO throw sprinkles everywhere.
Nissan delivered a trio of 370Z Nismo patrol cars to the Metropolitan Police Department in Tokyo, putting street racers on notice.
Hoonigan finds a better way to spend Black Friday than standing in long lines for the chance at great deals by drifting a pair of thousand-horsepower Nissan 370Zs in and around an abandoned shopping mall in Southern California.
It may have "Concept" in its name, but the Nissan 370Z Nismo Roadster sure looks production-ready to us. The more powerful droptop makes its debut at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show.
In July, Harald Müller notched a Guinness World Record by drifting longer than any lone tire-burner ever had: 89.55 miles. This month, Nissan Middle East broke the Guinness World Record for the longest twin drift when two drivers slithered through a figure eight for 17.7 miles. The feat came about to commemorate the opening of the Jonathon Ramsey
Roel de Vries, the corporate vice president and global head of marketing and brand strategy for Nissan, told Australia's CarAdvice that as far as he's concerned, any engine in the 370Z "[needs] to deliver on what the car stands for and if the 370Z stands for real performance and real driving I think it doesn't need a V6 to do that." At first read, it could look like de Vries is softening u
Nismo was a tuning division once content (or required) to restrict itself to just one or two models at a time, but these days Nissan is taking the gloves off and allowing its motorsport department to tune just about everything's it's got.