Nissan Z Proto Dynamic B roll

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As written in the page by Pretenderpt: Nissan today unveiled the Z Proto, signaling the company’s intent to launch a new generation of the legendary Z sports car. Shown at a virtual event beamed around the world from the Nissan Pavilion in Yokohama, the prototype car features a new design inside and out, as well as a V-6 twin turbocharged engine with a manual transmission.\n\nFirst hinted at in a video named \”Nissan A-Z\” in May, the Nissan Z Proto pays full respect to 50 years of Z heritage. At the same time, it’s a thoroughly modern sports car.\n\n\”The Z, as a pure sports car, represents the spirit of Nissan,\” said Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida. \”It’s a key model in our Nissan NEXT transformation plan, and it’s proof of our ability to do what others don’t dare to do, from A to Z. As a Z fan myself, I’m excited to announce that the next Z is coming.\”\n\nA global community of fans young and old attended today’s virtual unveiling. Members of the Z Club in Japan, ZCON participants in Nashville, Tennessee, and enthusiasts in various other markets tuned in for the event.\n\nExterior: past meets future\n\n \nPenned and developed by the design team in Japan, the Z Proto boasts a fresh, attractive exterior design with a silhouette that communicates respect for the original model. It sports a bright yellow pearlescent paint – a tribute to a popular paint scheme on both the first generation Z (S30) and the 300ZX (Z32) – and a black roof.\n\nCombining a retro theme with one that also projected futurism was challenging, said Alfonso Albaisa, head of design at Nissan.\n\n\”Our designers made countless studies and sketches as we researched each generation and what made them a success,\” Albaisa said. \”Ultimately, we decided the Z Proto should travel between the decades, including the future.\”\n\nThe shape of the hood and the canted, teardrop-shaped LED headlights are both unmistakable reminders of the original Z. The rectangular grille’s dimensions are similar to the current model with the addition of oval grille fins to offer an updated modern look. The form continues to exude both sportiness and elegance.\n\n\”The LED headlights have two half-circles that hark back to the Japan market-only 240ZG of the 70s,\” Albaisa explained. \”The ZG has clear dome lenses over the headlight buckets, which under light give off two circular reflections over each headlight. We liked that unique characteristic and discovered that it naturally fit with the Z’s identity.\”\n\nThe link to the original Z is most striking when viewing the Z Proto from the side. The roofline flows from the nose to the squared-off rear to create a distinctive first-generation Z profile whose rear edge was slightly lower than the front fender height giving the Z its unique posture. The signature transition from the rear quarter glass to the low-slung position of the rear tail adds to the effect.\n\nThe rear takes inspiration from the 300ZX (Z32) taillights, reinterpreted for the modern world. Set within a rectangular black section that runs across the rear and wraps around the outer edges, the LED taillights convey a sharp glow.\n\nLightweight carbon fiber treatments on the side skirts, front lower lip and rear valance ensure nimble performance. 19-inch alloy wheels and dual exhausts complete the Z Proto’s striking road presence.\n\nInterior: modern tech with a vintage touch\n\nDesigned to fit driver and passenger like a glove, the Z Proto’s cabin seamlessly blends modern technology with vintage Z touches.\n\nThe interior design team sought advice from professional motorsports legends to give the Z Proto an ideal sports car cabin, both for road and track. This can be seen in the Z’s instrumentation. All vital information is found in the 12.3-inch digital meter display and arranged to help the driver grasp it at a glance, such as the redline shift point at the twelve o-clock position.\n\nThe new, deep dish steering wheel offers the driver quick access controls without losing its vintage aesthetic.\n\nYellow accents are found throughout the cabin, including stitching on the instrument panel. The seats feature special yellow accenting and a layered gradation stripe in the center of the seats to create depth.\n\n \nSports car joy: an exhilarating, dynamic performer\n\nThe original Z was built to bring the joy and excitement of sports car ownership to as many people as possible.\n\n\”The Z has always been a strong dynamic performer, making it easy for customers to enjoy its capabilities and feel as connected as possible to the car,\” said Hiroshi Tamura, chief product specialist of the Z Proto. \”This has been true through all its generations, and this is what drives our passion to innovate and challenge the norm.\”\n\n#nissan\n#zproto\n#nissanz\n\nInstagram –\r\nTwitch-\r\nFacebook –

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