2021 Nissan Z Proto

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The 2021 Nissan Z Proto is powered by a twin-turbo V6 engine. The vehicle’s V6 engine transfers its power to the rear wheels and is combined with a manual gearbox. It is stated that the automatic transmission option will also be added to the vehicle in the future. We can say that the exterior design of the Nissan Z Proto is similar to the old Z Series iconic models. Details such as rounded headlights and angular front grille also make it look like old Z Series vehicles. When we look at the rear of the Z Proto, we see the horizontal taillights and a glossy black part in the middle of them.

Of course, not all parts of the vehicle are retro. For example, it is possible to see carbon fiber elements in parts such as the front lip and rear diffuser. The design of the 19-inch light wheels of the vehicle also looks very modern. The Z Proto is 4381 mm long, 1849 mm wide, and 1310 mm high. The Z emblem on the 3-spoke sports steering wheel in the interior is also a nice detail. The seats of the vehicle are made of a mixture of Alcantara and leather. In addition, like the 350Z and 370Z models, this vehicle is only 2-seater.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Engine: 3.0-liter V6 Twin Turbo
Long: 4381 mm
High: 1849 mm
Transmission: Manuel
0-100 km/h: -
Top Speed: -

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