Nissan’s New 400Z Arrival Pushed to Late 2022

August 31st, 2020 by


Release Date For 400Z Car Pushed Back

Say it ain’t so! Car enthusiasts and Nissan fans won’t be thrilled to hear talk that the company may have to delay the reveal of their new Nissan Z car. There have been reports that are suggesting that the latest sports model may not even have an unveiling until the end of 2022 and then won’t be available for purchase until 2023. If the rumors are true, then this means that the current 370Z will turn another birthday with fans after making its debut in 2008 but with only minute changes.

Although the 370Z has a number of admirers, it still hasn’t proved to be a car that is well sought after in the automotive marketplace, particularly against its competitors. The reluctance to purchase this vehicle might have to do with its heaviness, lackluster performance compared to its rivals, and also the fact that it only has two seats. The latest Z car is rumored to be called the 400Z and will likely remain a two-seater.

For the moment, Nissan’s short-term objective stretches out from now to 2023, as well see the automaker center on expanding its crossover model range and release more than eight new electric vehicles. The automaker is also planning on diminishing its product lineup by 20 percent, doing away with older models, and some cars specified in a particular region.

The 400Z is anticipated to be sold all across Nissan’s main markets, inclusive of North America, China, and Europe to advance in its profitability. We were able to get a slight sneak peek of the upcoming Nissan model from their latest teaser video, though for the most part, it’s very concealed, with some ideas of its shape and likeness.

There are quite a few presumptions that the sporty Nissan Z car will be a two-door and two-seater, and will also have a V-6 front-engine rear-drive layout. These characteristics have been the staple of the Z car since its first appearance decades prior. More than likely, it will face the same roadblocks it has before, such as with the cost and absence of rear seats. Enthusiasts are also hopeful that the car will have more power and improved handling.

Nissan Ellicott City

If you absolutely can’t wait to be fast and furious with a Nissan vehicle, consider the 2020 Nissan Maxima sedan at our dealership. Nissan Ellicott City is currently selling the FWD 4D SV model for just around $34,000, (plus destination fee). 

This vehicle has the standard Nissan’s Safety Shield 360 that includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, rear cross-traffic alert, lane-departure warning, blind-spot monitor, high-beam assist, and rear automatic braking. Another highlight feature is Nissan’s Integrated Dynamics control Module that comes with Intelligent Trace Control, Active Ride Control, and Intelligent Engine Brake.

Some amenities that one might enjoy are the NissanConnect, an 8-inch touch-screen infotainment system with voice command, Google search, Bluetooth, Type A and Type C USB ports, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration.

Finally, the engine option and overall main feature to look forward to is the Maxima’s 3.5-liter V6 engine. It has 300 horsepower with 261 lb-ft of torque. Sure it’s not the speed racing 400Z, but is certainly more affordable.

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