Inside you will find a nice blend of modern technology and comfort with bucket seats looking very similar to those found in the GT-R.
This will apparently result in a power hike of approximately 27 hp (20 kW).
The Nissan Z car was released way back in 1969 and since then it has inspired generations of sports car fans aiming for driver engagement and sense of style.
If this is true, the R35 GT-R will be nearly 15 years old by then, and this swan song is expected to be a limited-run affair capped at approximately 20 units.
Even though the new Ariya EV would provide a solid starting point for an all-electric GT-R, the battery size, weight and packaging issues remain unsolved for use as an exclusive power source in high-performance supercars.
Nissan appears to have elegantly combined modern and classic styling cues to create what could be its most popular Z car ever.
Nissan will introduce 12 models in the next 18 months and one of them will be the 370Z successor.
This is the first customer car and it features a teal paint job contrasted by black front and rear fascias.
According to the listing, it is brand new as it sits with 12 miles on the odometer.
The impact was strong enough to rip the rear of the Tesla SUV clean from the rest of the car and sent it bouncing across the intersection.