Nissan was initially called “Datsun” before it was called “Nissan” in 1937, and the first appearance of “Nissan Z” was in 1969 as a model for the year 1970 as “Datsun 240Z”
The sixth generation of the Nissan Z appeared in 2008 as the Nissan 370Z and continued at the time of writing this report in the global markets with the same generation that was launched in 2008. The face-lift has only been modified, so the age of this generation today is 12 years without change. Fortunately, this new seventh generation will arrive sooner rather than later on September 15th.
Nissan will introduce the all-new seventh generation of Z on September 15 with a design entirely inspired by the first generation, the “Datsun 240Z”, to integrate design between “past and future” in terms of design and new technology used in the seventh generation.
According to recent reports on the seventh generation of the Nissan Z, published by the “Engine 1” website, it will be available with the new “Infiniti” engine used in the “Infiniti Q60”, a 3.0-liter twin-turbo 6-cylinder, which will generate 400 hp. Power and 475 Nm of torque. As for the NISMO version, it was said that it will be 480 hp.