And this is not a new generation of the iconic GT-R, whose fate is still covered with darkness. It seems that we are talking about some more compact and affordable sports coupe: perhaps a continuation of the 370Z line, which will be born under the index 400.
This coupe was born more than 10 years ago, so inside the model family there seems to be nothing left to test. In addition, the prototype was equipped with an extravagant front bumper with clearly non-serial air intakes. Finally, according to photographers, the sports car cut through the track paired with the newest Toyota Supra, which is apparently used as a reference object for the settings.
No information about what is currently working at Nissan, yet, except for vague hints of top managers of the brand. Earlier, on the sidelines of the Tokyo exhibition, they said that news about the future of both coupes-and 370Z, and GT-R-will follow in the near future.
It is possible that the new generation of z-coupe the Japanese will build on the platform of the new Infiniti Q60-a similar recipe the brand has already used. Presumably, the sports car will be called Nissan Z400 and will be equipped with a 3-liter supercharged V6 with a return of about 400 HP, and there are rumors about the all-wheel drive system, and about the planned already" warmed up " version from Nismo.