The future is in good hands
Well, here it is. Nissan has finally revealed the Z Proto, the brand's next-generation Z sports car prototype, and we have to say it looks like the future is in good hands.Let's get the most important thing out
Plus a sweet-sounding engine
We all know that the new Nissan Z Proto is coming-the Japanese carmaker confirmed that right at the start of the month. And while a series of teasers for the next-generation Z car have surfaced over the past couple of
Don’t expect much
Frankly, seeing this is like being served a single french fry as an appetizer while waiting for a juicy 16oz ribeye steak dinner to pop out of the kitchen. Will it do? Not a chance. But whatever, we're damn hungry and
Hot damn
Well, well, well...look what we have here-a reveal date for the Nissan Z Proto. What is it, you ask? If it isn't obvious enough, watch the short video below:So, that's a teaser video featuring several generations of
Yes, we're invested
Top Gear wants to talk about the new Nissan GT-R and Z. The boss of Nissan wants to talk about his new Ariya electric crossover. Okay, Uchida-san, you go first.It's not easy being Makoto Uchida. He took over
Some generations were much better than the rest
Announced way back in 1969, the first-gen Fairlady Z was hugely popular. Badged as a Datsun pretty much everywhere except Japan, the first cars were christened '240Z' after their 2.4-liter in-line six-cylinder engine. We also got a
Meet the UK team who does restomods right
Old sports cars are cool. Compared with most modern fast things they seem impossibly tiny, slim-pillared, and delicate. They say volumes more about your character than any casually bought modern lump, have an air of romance and style that cares little
“We’re defending the sports car,” says Nissan’s chief planning officer
Nissan's fast cars are getting old. The mighty R35 GT-R has been in production since 2007, though it's been boosted through the last 12 years with more power, better aero, and a smarter interior.The 370Z's going gray,
Fondly called Mr. K by colleagues and fans
The word out of Yokohama, Japan, is that Yutaka Katayama, the first president of Nissan Motor Company's US division and also the widely recognized father of the Nissan/Datsun Z sports car, has passed away at the age of 105. The
Rumor has it an 80th-anniversary version is coming soon
Somewhere at Nissan headquarters, a bunch of executives must be kicking themselves. In 1999, they unveiled a 240Z concept that was a homage to the original Z-car--two-doors, lightweight and flowing with sensuality. Except somebody thought that a four-cylinder
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