Nissan's iconic Z-car is all-new for 2023. Previewed by the Z Proto concept car
The Performance trim may be added for an extra $10,000 over the base Sport trim, which costs $39,990.
Driving a car that attracts so much interest results in many smiles, thumbs-ups, and brief conversations after parking in a public space.
Overall, Nissan did a superb job at using components from its own vehicles.
In front of you, past the plastic, is a brand-new 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster.
There are some features that you will be able to recognise if you have ever driven a 370Z (or even a 350Z).
Year after year, there are fewer new cars with manual transmissions on the market.
The centre screen appears fantastic. Bright and high-resolution.
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