2023 Nissan Z US release date delayed to summer

  • The arrival date of the 2023 Nissan Z in the United States has been postponed from spring to summer 2022.
  • Nissan cited “unforeseen supply chain issues” as the reason for the setback.
  • The Z will be powered by a 400-hp 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6, and it should start around $40,000.

    After eleven years of production of the Nissan 370Z, the arrival of its successor, now simply called Z, was eagerly awaited. Unveiled last fall with a 400-horsepower, twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6, the Z was originally slated to go on sale in the United States this spring. But after a stated press release that the Z has been delayed for the Japanese market, Nissan has confirmed Car and driver that the Z’s US release date has also been pushed back to summer 2022.

    In a statement, a Nissan representative said Car and driver that “due to unforeseen supply chain issues affecting the entire industry, there has been a slight delay until summer 2022”. from Nissan consumer websitee still lists “Spring 2022” as the launch date.

    Nissan has yet to announce pricing for the 2023 Z, but we expect the two-seat coupe to start around $40,000. The Z will offer three trim levels. The base Z Sport comes with a 12.3-inch instrument screen, cloth seats with faux-suede inserts, and plenty of driver-assist features. Upgrading to the Z Performance stiffens the suspension and adds more powerful brakes, a limited-slip differential and 19-inch Rays wheels. The interior gains heated leather seats and an upgraded audio system. There will also be the Z Proto Spec, which acts as a launch edition and is essentially a Z Performance model with special colors and trim.

    Nissan will likely reveal detailed pricing information closer to the Z’s now-delayed on-sale date.

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