New 2021 Nissan 400Z Rumors, Redesign
New 2021 Nissan 400Z Rumors, Redesign – We will get a new Nissan Z-car. The new Nissan Z cars are due to reveal in the coming year, and some suggest we might even see it at the next Tokyo Motor Show or NAIAS in 2019. Mind you, this information is not yet confirmed, but we already know that Nissan is working on a replacement for 370Z. I tell you again-the new Nissan Z car is coming. For me, this is a big problem because I liked 370Z in its purest, most expensive form.
Ignore my emotions from now as I try to elaborate on what the New Nissan Z car should be. Believe me, so many rumors circulating on the internet that it is almost impossible to separate the right from the wrong and the truth of the scam. In that case, I will provide an overview of the most logical solutions Nissan might employ for the creation of a new Z car.
New 2021 Nissan 400Z Rumors, Redesign
The new development of the Nissan Z car seems to be quite interesting as someone from Nissan reached out to Mercedes to form an agreement for the joint development of the new Z car. A development, unlike anything Toyota and BMW, did with the new Supra and Z4.
2021 Nissan 400Z Engine
To date, Nissan connects the capacity of the machine with the number in the name. 350Z has 3.5 liters, V-6. 370Z has 3.7 liters of V-6. Now, the supposedly 400Z will not have a machine of that size. It is more likely to receive a six-cylinder turbocharged with 400 horsepower.
In that case, Nissan can do the only thing that makes sense and the name of the car is not after the capacity of the machine, but according to the power of its engine. 400 horsepower for 400Z. This can make some problems because everyone expects a new Z car to have several different versions. Even with four-cylinder engines and the Super powerful NISMO. All of them will have different power outputs. What if the new car name ends up being Z? I would like that.
While connecting new SLC and new Nissan 400Z is not possible, matching it with Infiniti Q60, on the other hand, seems to be a type of Vulcan logic. Remember Nissan 350Z? The one is built on the same platform with Infiniti G35.
After all, the Infiniti Q60 measures nearly 185 inches in length with a wheelbase of 112.2 inches. 370Z is currently a car with 167 inches in length and a small wheelbase of 100 inches. I can’t see the new Z grow more than a few inches. It will be a shame. Some rumors indicate that this will happen anyway.
But instead of the new Z being too big and too fat, Nissan will shorten the wheelbase, retain the track, use the Q60 ‘s rear-wheel-drive layout and adjust it for use on a short wheelbase. This leads me to imagine a new Nissan Z car using the engine from Infiniti Q60 which will, frankly, be awesome.
New 2021 Nissan 400Z Interior
2021 Nissan 400Z Specs
Given that the whole world is moving in the direction of electrification, one would assume that the latest Nissan pseudo-Hallo Z car could do the same thing. I will try to imagine something here – a 400Z with a Mercedes-Benz 3.0 liter, turbocharged engine with a lightweight-hybrid setup.
Of course, available with various countries aligned. Because it offers the latest in terms of technology and efficiency with a lot of power, having it in the Nissan 400Z may be a hybrid would be nice. Only if Nissan and Mercedes formed a level of partnership with the creation of a new Z car.
While the 3.0-liter, lightweight-hybrid, I-6 of Mercedes-Benz will be the biggest word game of the new 400z, much more likely is the integration of the 3.0 liters, turbocharged V-6 of the Infiniti Q60.
Some rumors from before even suggesting that the new Zetto will get the AMG developed four cylinders. You know, the most powerful 2.0 liters, four-cylinder engine in the world. While I doubt this will never happen, I might on board with the 2.0-liter-powered entry-level Zed.
We still do not know which four-cylinder engines will be, though. If not that crazy AMG A45 one, then that developed for the upcoming A35 can do. Remember, all this is just an allegation. We are still far from knowing which entry-level engines will power the new Nissan Z cars.
Rumors about a new Z car have not even properly begun when Autocar from the UK surprised the Z Fairlady fans with the news that Nissan officials actually confirmed the creation of the new NISMO version of the car. Heck, I have some specs.
All will go to all four wheels. Can you even imagine how much power this is? The first version of the Nissan GT-R R35 developed 485 horsepower. And they are very fast and striking. Can the new Z be as fast as the first GT-R R35? Boy, who will be some sick world to live in.