Rumor Suggests New Nissan Z Will Make 400 HP, Start at Just $34,995

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Nissan's newly redesigned Z sports car is nearing production, and we seem to be learning more about the car every day. Photos and videos of the apparently production version of the car were leaked online earlier this week. If this latest report is to be believed, we know some details about prices, performance and equipment options.
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A user on the forum who claims to be up to date spilled a handful of details about the new Z on Thursday. They claim the car is simply called "Nissan Z" in the US and comes with a standard 400-horsepower twin-turbo V6 engine, which is in line with other rumors we've heard. They also claim a dry weight of 3,252 pounds.
The biggest surprise is the claimed starting price: $ 34,995. The Z's main competitor, the Toyota Supra, starts at $ 42,990. And this model doesn't even come with the larger six-cylinder engine.
The user also says the new Z will have four panels:
A basic model with zero options.
A "Type S" fairing with brembos, larger stabilizers and better cooling.
"Type T" cladding with leather upholstery, heated and cooled electric seats and more technology on board.
A "Type ST" fairing that combines both the S and T options.
It is worth noting that there is no way to back up these claims. So we recommend taking them with a grain of salt until Nissan makes things official. Given that production-ready versions are already available online, we probably won't have to wait long.
Do you want to know everything about the new Nissan Z? Read our special Roundup article here.
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