That was a longer presentation than I expected. Almost a full hour to get the faithful revved up! also interesting from the perspective that Nissan has changed their marketing towards online reveals rather than big car shows. I suspect Nissan will stick with the traditional concept reveal one year and then gets another bite at the apple the following year. That would mean Z35 production starts in '21 as a '22 model. Notice how all the questions for the Z proto were of a conceptual nature, rather than of many details?
On a personal note, I definitely liked what I saw and since the Z33 interior was already based on the S30, there's really nothing to complain about. Digital instrumentation should update the design nicely, if they don't make all the adjustment knobs and buttons virtual. Exterior styling looks good,but I'll have to see it at the dealership before I put down $$$. Details count for a lot and we simply won't know much until Z35 production plans reach maturity (my guess is next spring). What did YOU think of it?
Interesting you think the the Z35 styling is simple. I find the lines to be complex, particularly the rising beltline into the rear fenders. Like the 350Z, it's got some prominent fender flares that gives the design some aggressiveness. I agree it looks promising and am curious about the development of the front end as production gets closer. What did you think of the interior?
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