Nissan does have a lot of models that can be developed, but for automotive users want to have a car that stands out and has a design and good performance, Nissan Z is an ideal time for most users of the current car. Nissan has long started bergagas to make a sports car to add to their lineup. It is clear that limited details for the Nissan Z car which is the future generation.
Exterior design will be more aerodynamic vehicle with a sporty appearance of the current model. If this car in rndering by BestCar, then there is no indication bahaw Nissan Z will truly be the future cars that look aggressive and fast.
One of the most famous and recognized the Japanese sports car ever Nissan Z car, and what we found on the next generation Z, the Nissan is fully aware that this species is evolving, whether it will stay on top of the competition. Part of this evolution can be understood as the power of hybrid cars have been caught in the green wave of environmental responsibility, which is a priority.
As if nothing was finally decided on the following Z, Nissan is testing a variety of power options as you read this. Of course, an approach on the table is a hybrid engine. If the next Z goes like this, probably come in the form of the system currently in Hybrid Infiniti M, which is a 3.5-liter V-6 gasoline engine (known as the VQ35DE) with a pair of electric motors. On M Hybrid, the configuration produces 360 hp and about 450 Nm of torque, more than enough for a handful midpriced sports car. In the next generation Z, the fuel consumption of around 30 mpg. There are rumors of a test mule of Z with M Hybrid powertrain is centered around the U.S.
Another option that is strongly considering a Nissan diesel engine. Nissan recently announced partnership with Daimler, has the ability to distinguish one from Mercedes-Benz BlueTEC engine under the hood. The most likely candidate would be the 3.0-liter turbo diesel currently in Mercedes-Benz GL, or something a bit ‘bigger. There is also the possibility that the next generation of Nissan Z, which should hit dealers in 2013, offers a range of powertrain choices hybrids, diesel and petrol-only versions to include. There is no word on what the car would only cost, but expect the price of a slight increase, especially if the yen stays at current levels, and the car will be built in Japan.