Nice work! It can definitely be changed at this stage, that’s why this one is the “Proto”
Agreed. The Z might be old but it still sells in pretty decent numbers.
Loved all Z’s up to this point, loved my Q50 that had the VR30DDTT, and I love my current G35(one of many Nissans and Infinitis I've owned). I'm hype!
Umm, I loved TXR but, Street Racing Syndicate (SRS) > * for PS2!
Logic would also dictate only buying a car when you actually need one but there were 273.6 million cars registered in 2018 to a population of 327.2 million.
Depends on where you shoot him, no?
Don’t forget it has the engine that’s been around in the Q50 since 2016 and people have been getting some SERIOUS power numbers out of them.
Agreed 100%. I actually own a 2nd gen G35S 6MT, previously owned a 2016 Q50 3.0t, and before that had a 2012 M35h, all on the same platform. Even after all these years, it still does well, and I never complained that the parts from what car fit the other with little to no modification. Nissan is not the only… Read more
I...I don’t hate those last two
Infiniti G35 sedan with a manual
We laugh now, but they will absolutely FLY off the lots. Jeep PRINTS money. More Jeep, more money
1. Why not just call the “Z” as in “Nissan Z” and that’s it? The engine displacement/horsepower/number of doors/designer’s middle name isn’t necessary, it’s not like there will be more than 1. It’s not the “Nissan GTR 380,” is it? Read more
Why helicopters? Why not, say, custom Mini Countrymans (Countrymen?)
That car at that price is so 2020. The only more 2020 thing would be is if whomever buys it throws it on BaT and makes double what they spent. I wouldn’t even flinch.
I didn’t even KNOW about the previous, lower price but it’s STILL a ND at $5,500. This is barely a car at all, let alone one worth nearly $6K.
Good grief, that longroof is sexy.
They should literally call it the Chevy “Big Bolt”