Ready for four new Nissan sports cars?
BladeGlider, IDX, new GT-R and 370Z replacement are all on the way. Nissan’s VP reveals details
Posted: 15 Jan 2014
The replacement for the 370Z will remain in the traditional front-engined, rear-drive mould. "As an animal, it will stay true to Z," confirmed Palmer. Will it get a downsized turbo petrol engine? "You could easily imagine that would be a way to go, yes." Which is exec-speak for ‘definitely'.
"Just like today, you'll have your normal Z and your Nismo Z, so that gives us some room for expansion. Like today, it will still be a two-seater."