Right up until Nissan unveiled the Z Proto “concept” in September 2020, there was a great deal of uncertainty among enthusiasts and fans of the Z about whether a new model would ever arrive. Nissan has been suffering financially for several years with falling sales and a variety of corporate political issues. Despite a 50 year heritage, a new Z was not a lock for approval. Despite all that, we have now driven the new 7th-generation Z and we can proclaim that it is excellent.
Unlike all the prior generations of Z sold outside of Japan, this edition has no numbers associated with the name, it’s simply
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