Developed by a passionate team of designers and engineers, the all-new Z represents an approachable sports car for the modern age – with an unmatched 50-plus year heritage and global fan base.
The all-new Z is arriving to Australia in 2022.
To provide an ideal sports car cabin for all driving scenes, the 12.3” digital meter display is customisable to display all vital information uniquely arranged to help the driver grasp it at a glance. The design of the seats utilises know-how from the GT-R’s development to enhance both hold and fit.
An expanded use of suede on the seatback suppresses initial lateral shake on the body, creating more comfortable drives, as well as reducing body movement when the vehicle is aggressively cornering.
From the exterior to the interior, the all-new Z will be your new prized possession.
The all-new Z’s 3.0-liter V6 twin turbo engine adds a significant bump in power output over the previous generation 370Z, coming in either a 6-speed manual transmission or an advanced, quick-response 9-speed automatic transmission.
Getting behind the wheel of the all-new Z feels new and modern, yet still familiar through its ongoing heritage.
Designed to fit the driver and passenger like a glove, the all-new Z’s cabin seamlessly blends modern technology with vintage Z touches. The centre stack takes inspiration from other generations before it, with three analog pod gauges on the instrument panel, 8.0” touchscreen audio display in the centre and climate control switches near the shifter.
The all-new Z boasts a fresh, sleek exterior design with an appearance that communicates respect to its heritage. Its long hood and short deck are fundamentally Z, with a fresh look that is inspired by thousands of Z enthusiasts.
The link to the original Z is most striking when viewing from the side. The roofline flows from the nose to the squared-off rear to create a distinctive first-generation Z profile. In the rear, the combination lamps incorporate modern technology and are reminiscent of the Z32 (1990-1996) 300ZX.