Monday, August 31, 2020

Next Nissan Z: another illustration

 

I have to say, I really like this one. I think this is the closest I have seen to the official teaser from Nissan.It also has a simplicity I like. This is a simple, no BS retro-modern design.

 So far, news about the new Z haven't been great lately. Apparently, it would only start production in late 2022. Use a modified version of the current platform. And will still be a V6. No electrification of any kind. Which sounds like a very old fashion set up for a 2023 model year "new" model.

Maybe that is the intention. Save money on what will surely be a slow seller by using the same platform. And appealing to people who still want that old fashion RWD V6.

Why not...

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hate to break it to ya but this is way off. Roof line is completely wrong and even simple things like the Nissan silver stripe that runs all the way from the apex of the A pillar all the way to the rear of the car, are missing. The blue one from yésterday is much better representation

Anonymous said...

Well we get to see it on September 15th

Anonymous said...

This doesn't look at all like the spy shots of the car, there are better illustrations out there. On other news, it is now official that we will see a prototype of the car on September 15, 2020 so I doubt the real deal will take a long time after that to be in showrooms. I would say that the latest would be the second half of 2021 as a 2022 model.

Anonymous said...

Direct from Nissan.. Z Prototype to be unveiled September 15th.

“September 1, 2020

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – We’re reawakening the Power of Z with the new Nissan Z Proto, combining 50 years of passion and heritage with modern technology. Please join us at TheNissanNext.com for the Z Proto Digital Unveil on Tuesday, September 15 at 7:30 p.m. CDT.”

Anonymous said...

Reveal on Sept 15th. Apparently will be called the Z Proto.

FFEMT6 said...

Looks like a "Cars," movie version of the Jaguar F-Type. If the F-Type had eyes. 👀

Anonymous said...

This is clearly a throwback to Vince's early blogging days.. heavily Photochopped Jaguar F-Type.