A bargain by sports car standards
It could be said that there has never been a better time to be in the performance car market in the Philippines. You've got fun small coupes and roadsters, convertibles, hot hatchbacks, muscle cars, and sports cars from different manufacturers these
Both manual and automatic gearboxes are available
Towards the end of August, we learned that the new Nissan GT-R had quietly arrived in our market. It appears Nissan Philippines (NPI) had other plans for a not-so-quiet reveal, though, and little did we know that Godzilla was
Hiroshi Tamura is the chief product specialist of the GT-R and the Z
At the unveiling of the new Nissan Z Nismo, the crowd was buzzing about two things: Why was it so unbelievably freaking hot in the event space? And, more important, why didn't Nissan fit the Z Nismo with a manual transmission?
The practical Z
The performance side of Nissan's lineup has been pretty exciting lately. Earlier this year, (another) facelift of the R35 GT-R was revealed. It was followed up by the production version of the new Z-car, and most recently, the Nismo
Quite a glaring omission...
Nissan would probably prefer we focus on the new Z Nismo's 420hp, 520Nm of torque, suspension tweaks, and nifty new wheels and tires. And sure, we'll talk about those. But right now we can't help but wonder: Where the
With three-time Formula Drift champion Chris Forsberg behind the wheel
Are you an American that likes sports cars? Because if you are, oh boy, do we have some good news for you.Nissan has released a YouTube video that gives us our very first look at a hotter version of the Z
A recent speech from Nissan Philippines’ president suggests so
The current GT-R and the 370Z took a while before they made their way to our market. If that's what we're going to base Nissan Philippines' (NPI) future plans on, then we reckon it'll take even longer before
Think this model will ever get upsized?
Don't worry, the Nissan Z isn't getting upsized. Well, at least not yet.So, what's this then? It's not a Nissan Z crossover, but a crossover that's had a handful of Z aesthetics plastered all over its
Not the Nismo, but it will do for now
This is the Nissan Z GT4-Nismo's race-ready take on the new-generation Z car.Disappointed? We can see why. Some of you may have assumed what Nissan teased on social media recently would end up being the vehicle's
Think all motorsports will eventually ditch traditional fuels?
We've yet to drive one, but the Nissan Z appears to have all the makings of something that should be a blast to drive. That said, the brand is out to prove the vehicle doesn't necessarily need its gas-guzzling
Well, that was unexpected
In the blue corner, we have an empty aluminum Sunkist can. In the red corner? A shiny new Nissan Z with some neat aero up front. What exactly is happening here? We don't know-but it's got our attention.Oh
The sports car will come with special FaZe Clan in-game decals
We know many of our readers here are excited about the new Nissan Z. Unfortunately for us who live on this side of the globe, we may have to wait a while before we even get to see the sports car up
“It’s a back to basics feeling without a back to basics cabin”
What we have here is the latest in the more than 50 years of Nissan Z cars-the now-eponymous Nissan Z. So that's a lineage that links back through the 370Z and the 350Z, all the way back through the
That’s some fine craftsmanship
If upgrading your home-office setup was one of your first priorities when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, we're willing to bet buying a proper chair was something you set your sights on.Depending on your budget, it's likely you'
Too. Much. Hype.
The Nissan Z has a lot of weight on its shoulders this year. Not only is it expected to spearhead the Japanese brand's efforts on the performance front this 2022, it's also supposed to continue one of the most storied
Dubbed the Nissan Z GT500, it will compete in the Super GT series starting 2022
It appears Nissan together with its motorsports and performance arm Nismo have been doing a lot of work on the all-new Z sports car. The Japanese carmaker has now unveiled the new Nissan Z GT500, a beastly racer that will compete
We’ll never get tired of renders
Nissan hasn't revealed everything it has on the all-new Z car. Yes, we've seen what the legitimate production version looks like, and we've already been told that it's powered by a monstrous new twin-turbo V6 with
Take a closer look and you’ll appreciate the details
The overall shape is similar, yes, but you don't actually have to squint to see the changes. The new Z gets teardrop-shaped headlights accentuated by two half-circle DRLs, which harks back to the Fairlady 240ZG of the '70s. It
As promised, it’ll come available with a manual gearbox
This is it: Nearly a year since we first laid eyes on the Nissan Z Proto, we finally get to see the all-new performance car in its final form. Feast your eyes on the seventh-generation Nissan Z.There will be
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