The news from SEMA arrive without fail. Add Nissan to the number of brands that have unveiled a new trend in Las Vegas.

The Nissan Z GT4 was originally presented in September under the guise of NISMO before being presented in the desert with a different livery. En clin d’œil au passé de course de l’entreprise, le capot est marque du numéro 23 (aucun rapport avec le film oubliable de Jim Carrey, on l’espere) à l’intérieur d’un “cercle de soleil levant” . D’autres badges font également reférence au passé, et le travail de peinture en noir et rouge est du pur NISMO.

Ce n’est pas seulement une voiture d’exposition – Nissan will emmènera cette course Z aux États Unis, dans la série SRO Pirelli GT4 America. The company will also participate in the Super Taikyu series in Japan.

The cars will be provided to “teams of client pilots” for the price of $229,000, excluding shipping costs, with NISMO providing support technology.

The cars should be available to run in 2024, with an opening of orders in the middle of the next year.

“The SEMA Show is an ideal place to present our Z GT4 to drivers, enthusiasts and the industry,” said Michael Carcamo, global program director, voitures de Sport, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd, in a communique. “We are preparing for the course season 2023 – tests here locally last weekend – and we are impatient to continue to speak with the teams and to continue to establish Z as a force to be reckoned with pistes du monde entier. ”

Quelques specifications rapides – ce Z pèse environ 3,100 livres et a 450 chevaux et 443 lb-pi de couple.

Gardez un œil sur ce Z sur un circuit près de chez vous.

[Image: Nissan]

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