The seventh generation Nissan Z does not try too hard and instead shifts its focus on the fundamental aspect of buying a sports car, which is all about having fun. You can option a stick shift with rev-matching while a 9-speed auto is also there.
The range starter sits much below the Toyota Supra with a price-tag of $39,990 while the $52,990 ‘Proto Spec’ edition is limited to just 240 cars. A 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 and an overhauled suspension along with electric steering enables the new Z to be much sharper without sacrificing the dynamic traits that its predecessor was known for. US sales start this summer.