The Japanese based automaker Nissan is planning on offering the replacement of the current 370Z with a few engine choices.
The Nissan 370Z has been officially updated a couple of years ago as the company was trying to keep interest in it high but now, a new report is indicating that a successor of the model could arrive over the next two years. According to the guys form who have spoken to the company’s corporate vice president and global head of marketing and brand strategy, Roel de Vries, during an official event taking place in Japan, the successor of the sports car will be offered with several engine choices.
The “Z” letter will remain in its name and the model will not necessarily get big engines under its hood because in the carmaker’s official vision, “it’s not about displacement of the engine, it’s about what the engine could do”. Our source is hinting that a replacement of the popular 370Z might come over the next two years. The 2015 Nissan 370Z has a starting price of 29,990 USD, for the Coupe, and the Roadster is setting you back for 41,820 USD. The facelifted version is also offered in the 370Z Nismo variant, priced from 41,990 USD. Power to the regular sports car is provided by a 3.7L V6 unit, with 324 HP (241 kW).