“The tint is illegal,” he told me, “but I’ve never gotten pulled over for it.” I was standing in a freezing-cold garage looking at a blacked out 2011 Nissan 370Z. It crouched so low to the ground that preschoolers could play leapfrog over it. Its marriage prospects had been improved by the addition of a top mount…
I was afraid of the Nissan Gripz concept. I didn’t want to believe in a Nissan Z crossover. It went against the beliefs I held near and dear. But now that I’m seeing the finished product, I’m a changed man. This actually looks pretty kickass.
The Nissan Z crossover is happening. Well, kind of. Today Nissan teased a concept coming to the Frankfurt Motor Show called the Gripz, and it takes cues from one very famous older Z and... bicycle racing?
I held off on reporting this batshit crazy rumor from the UK’s Autocar, mainly because it seemed way too out of left field to possibly be true and also because I don’t want it to be true. But now that Nissan has released this shadowy teaser image, I think I have to take us to a potentially uncomfortable place.
The Nissan 370Z is getting a little long in the tooth these days. So what does Nissan do to keep it current? Did they add a turbocharged engine, or make it lose some weight, or give it a dual-clutch gearbox? Nope, they added one of the most hated new technologies on cars instead: engine sounds through the speakers.
That looks like a Datsun 240Z, doesn't it? It's not — technically it's a Nissan Fairlady Z. And it's not just any run of the mill Z, either. It's something special, and it's going to be up for grabs at an RM Auction soon.
Smaller, lighter, more efficient, and more BRZ-like. That's what we've been hearing about the car that will replace the Nissan 370Z for some time. Since it's likely the next Z will follow the trend of downsizing engines, what do you call it? How about just the Nissan Z?
The Nissan 370Z Nismo is already the Z to have, thanks to a bump up to 350 horsepower and a host of other performance enhancements. That may not be the case anymore after tomorrow, depending on the secret Nissan has in store for us.
In the great pantheon of automotive TV commercials, one ad stands above all the others. It harkens back to a time when men were real men and women rode around in their luxuriously-appointed Japanese sportscars. It is visually stunning and features an incredible soundtrack. It is ridiculous beyond all comprehension…
How many times has the 24 Hours of LeMons ripped out the hearts of Nissan Z lovers? I can think of at least a dozen races in which Zs led or at least contended for the lead... and then disaster!
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. How about a nice early Datsun Z?
The Nissan 370Z is more powerful, lighter and faster than the 350Z. But has it lost some of its fun in a drive for greater performance?
Though you should always take what you learn from Japanese car magazine scans with a grain of salt, things we're hearing about the forthcoming Nissan 350Z seem to line up with what was caught in this mag by a FreshAlloy forum member. First, we reported that the new Nissan 350Z would likely bow at the LA Auto Show, and…