Nissan has teased its new Z-car, the replacement to the aging 370Z, and it’s shaping up to be something rather lovely indeed. The shadowy reveal comes as the Japanese automaker unveils its big plans for reinvention, trimming the fat from its line-up and focusing on sports cars, EVs, and models with more mass-market appeal.
It’s far to say that the Z-car line has some serious heritage. The 370Z is the sixth generation vehicle to bear the badging, with the first Z-car offered all the way back in 1969. Intended to act as a halo car for what was then a fledgling automaker, the goal was affordability and fun.
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