The next, 7th-generation Nissan Z is scheduled to go on sale in America in the summer of 2022.
The new 2023 Nissan Z will be available in Sport and Performance versions, either with a 6-speed manual gearbox or a new 9-speed automatic transmission.
In addition, there is a special edition called the Proto Spec that is limited to only 240 units. It features yellow brake calipers with a “Z” logo, bronze-colored 19-inch RAYS aluminum-alloy wheels, model-exclusive elements with yellow accents and stitching, and leather-appointed seats.
2023 Nissan Z Highlights
- 400-hp, twin-turbo V6 engine
- Unmistakable Z exterior with Z styling elements
- Front Midship, rear-wheel-drive design
- Electric power steering, first time on a Z
- New monotube shocks, new front geometry and rear suspension tuning
- Mechanical limited-slip differential and Launch Control
- Torsional rigidity increased by over 10%.
- Performance brakes
- Redesigned cockpit with a new digital gauge cluster, a 9-inch center touchscreen display with NissanConnect
- GT-R-inspired steering wheel
- Racecar driver-designed gauges including the Z’s Sport Mode screen
- Triple pod cluster to get info about turbo boost, turbine speed, and voltage.
- New performance seats
- Standard driver-assist and safety tech including AEB with Pedestrian Detection, Blind Spot Warning, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, High Beam Assist, Lane Departure Warning
In Japan, the 2023 Nisan Z starts at ¥5,241,50, sales begin in the summer.
In the USA, the starting price is expected to be around $40K. The car will allegedly begin arriving at dealerships after June 21.