Posted by a user at the forum NewNissanZ.com, the ordering guide provides a detailed view of all the vehicle’s features. One walkthrough suggests that Nissan intends the base model to be a Sport version with a manual transmission. While pricing has yet to be revealed, it does suggest that Nissan won’t force manual buyers into a pricier trim, like the one above. Honda Civic Si or Mazda 3, just for the sake of your own sailing privilege.
From there, the next level up, with either a six-speed manual or a nine-speed automatic, is the Performance trim, which comes with larger wheels and brake, upgraded seats, revs and a clutch-style limited-slip differential. There’s more, which we have details in advance in a full breakdown.
Ordering instructions also reveal color that will grace the Z. At least, in Canada, there will be two solid colors on offer: Black Diamond Metallic and Gun Metallic, a dark gray that is, at least in the name, reminiscent of the legend. R32 Horizon line GT-CHEAP. Five more colors will be offered in two tones: Stone Grey, Passion Red, Everest Pearl White, Yellow and Blue. All of that will be paired with a black roof.
Some of those colors differ from the US name. For example, Americans will receive more evocative names like Seiran Blue, or Ikazuchi (Japanese for “thunder”) Yellow, like see on concept. However, it lacks the two colors expected for the US: Brilliant Silver, a two-tone, and a solid color called Rosewood Metallic, which is expected to be a dark burgundy.
The manual also says which four interior colors – black, blue, yellow or red – will be offered with the exterior colors. Please register Everest White in red to us.
The guide also goes into detail on the ADAS features that will be offered, such as intelligent emergency braking for both pedestrians and cyclists, and the Intelligent Cruise Control System that will be available with the transmission. floor. This is Canadian specification, a standard engine block heater is included for 400-horsepower, 350-pound-foot twin-turbo V6.
Finally, it seems the Canadians agency will receive only the initial allocation for each vehicle, whether Sport or Performance, manual or automatic. The Proto spec limited edition debut, featuring unique brass wheels and yellow brake calipers, will be distributed to the most successful dealers based on historical sales. So if you’re a Canadian reader and want to be among the first to reserve a new Z, you’ll have to act fast.