Nissan's 370Z is sold-out across the United States
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According to a recent report, Nissan's 370Z has finally reached the end of its life cycle. While it is still showing on the company's official website, the rear-wheel drive coupe is reportedly sold out at dealerships in the US.
Only 28 units of the 370Z found homes in America in the first quarter of 2021, down 95% from the same period in 2020, and the CarsDirect website believes a shockingly low number is not a sign that demand for the 12-year-old model has collapsed. It is speculated that the 370Z is sold out; There are no more units in Nissan's national inventory and none are in the pipeline. It is not known whether production will continue for other markets.
We would not be surprised if the report was correct. Nissan canceled the 370Z Roadster after the 2019 model year and previously confirmed that the coupe would retire in 2021, although it was not known exactly when the final example would be manufactured. While the 370Z didn't get a special edition to bring it into retirement, it was honored to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Z nameplate in 2019 when Nissan released a 50th Anniversary Edition model (pictured).
Nissan has not commented on the report or announced when it will stop building the 370Z, although the coupe will no longer be seen in 2022. We reached out to the automaker and will update this story as we learn more.
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Z fans looking to put a new coupe in their driveway will have to wait for the production version of the Z Proto (pictured above) to make its debut. For the time being, simply called Z, with no number before the letter, not much will change in the transition from a concept to a production car, and according to unconfirmed reports, a 400-horsepower version of the twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 is currently in the Infiniti Q50 found. Buyers are asked to choose between a six-speed manual transmission and a nine-speed automatic from Mercedes-Benz.
Sales in the US are expected to begin in 2022, which means the Z could land in showrooms for the 2023 model year. Citing increasingly stringent emissions regulations, Nissan confirmed that the coupe will not return to the European market.
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