The replacement for the Nissan 370Z will be officially presented to the public, in a world premiere, during the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, in a couple of months, as a concept.
The announcement has been made by the company’s boss Andy Palmer who said, during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, that the carmaker will develop a smaller and lighter car, but without losing power, compared to the 370Z. The model in question will get a smaller turbocharged engine but don’t act too surprised if it will come as a hybrid. The vehicle will be unveiled in Tokyo in November as a concept and the final production version is believed to make its way onto the market in late 2014 or 2015.
And speaking about the final production version of the concept car, the successor of the 370Z, you should know that the model is rumored to get a more attractive body and, despite downsizing of the engine, the performance level will remain at the same level as the current V6 powered vehicle. Besides the concept car, a sub-370Z model is also hinted to be officially unveiled in Tokyo, which might be the production version of the Esflow concept, presented back in 2011.