nissan sports car

nissan sports car

Nissan Sports Car

This list of all Nissan cars and models is your one stop Nissan vehicle model list, including photos of Nissan vehicles along with release dates and body types. Featured on the best Fast and Furious cars and the best cars for long-distance driving, Nissan has a variety of vehicles. Among the old Nissan cars and Nissan latest models listed here are the Nissan NX, Nissan Wingroad, and many more. Who makes Nissan automobiles? The Japanese company was founded in 1933, and has been known for quality cars, including Nissan SUV models, truck models, and sports cars that offer a reliable product at affordable prices.To learn more, the car models made by Nissan shown below can be hovered over, or you can click on the names of the Nissan brands to get more information on any of them. Nissan types also have car class information available if you click on their names and go to their dedicated page. Nissan company latest models are featured here, as are Nissan compact cars and Nissan pickup models. Any Nissan you can think of can be found on this comprehensive list.Take a look at this Nissan cars list, whether you’re loyal to the automaker or looking for a new car and think a Nissan might suit your needs!
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Nissan Sports Car

Nissan has introduced its idea of the future of sports cars. The Nissan BladeGlider is impossibly thin, because only the driver’s seat is in front. The new design is much more aerodynamic, and the electric engine gives off zero emissions.
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Nissan Sports Car

Nissan has introduced its idea of the future of sports cars. The Nissan BladeGlider is impossibly thin, because only the driver’s seat is in front. The new design is much more aerodynamic, and the electric engine gives off zero emissions. Follow TI: On Facebook
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Nissan Sports Car

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Still, the 370Z’s basic no-nonsense goodness and bang for the buck can’t be denied. Even though steering effort can be a little heavy on-center, the Z tracks straight and true; pick a line through a corner and the car accurately and obediently gets you there without drama or fiddling. Brake response, even with the smaller units on the base car, is taut and easy to modulate. At 0.90 g, ultimate grip with the 225/50R-18 front and 245/45R-18 rear Yokohama Advan Sports can’t rival the Cayman’s 1.03 g of stick, and the Z’s 167-foot stop from 70 mph can’t top the Porsche’s phenomenal 148-foot figure. But at an as-tested price of $30,940, the base 370Z is barely half the tariff of Porsche’s least-expensive mid-engine coupe. Or looking at it another way, the base 370Z represents a chance to score a dedicated sports car with superior performance stats for the same or less money than a lightly optioned Ford Mustang EcoBoost four-cylinder.
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Other than swapping an ashtray for a cup holder and Datsun badges for Nissan medallions, the Z-car has harkened to the same formula for 46 years. A popularly priced two-seat GT with six-cylinders, a long hood, a short deck, a fastback roofline, and a rear hatch aptly describes both 2016 and 1970 models. That’s Corvette-caliber staying power.
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Over that time, the Z-car’s contemporaries have moved on. Classmates from the 1970s and 1980s such as the Toyota Supra and the Mazda RX-7 scabbarded their samurai swords, and the Porsche 944/968 and Alfa Romeo GTV-6 ascended to autobahn heaven years ago. Even at Nissan, the Z doesn’t bathe in the spotlight as it once did; the performance stage is owned by the technoid (and three times more expensive) GT-R.
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Dramatic Style A brief glance at the ESFLOW is all it takes to tell you what kind of car it is. A long hood leads into a sharply angled, wraparound windshield. A compact cabin places the occupants right above the car’s centre of gravity. Wheel wells sweep over ultra-low profile performance tires, and discreet rearview cameras replace outside mirrors. ESFLOW is unmistakably a sports car.
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In a sense, driving the 2016 Nissan 370Z is like bumping into an old friend from the neighborhood. “Vinnie, you haven’t changed a bit!” For now at least, the 370Z does it the tried-and-true way, with a large-displacement, port-injected, naturally aspirated V-6—no turbocharged, supercharged, or electrified anything here. The 3.7-liter VQ37VHR six shared with the Infiniti Q50 and Q70 is very flexible and has ample torque over a wide rpm range. It’ll lug down to 1000 rpm under load in fifth or sixth gear without chugging and, when you light the fuse, provide a charge to 60 mph from rest in 5.1 seconds. That’s quick enough to out-drag the base Porsche Cayman (5.3 seconds).
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The iconic Z is a decent package of power and handling, but it’s starting to look dated versus the competition. Its 3.7-liter V-6 makes 332 hp, but that’s also getting old; a six-speed manual is available with optional rev-matching. The seven-speed automatic, however, is not a willing partner in spirited driving, with slow shifts that detract from the fun. Feel like a track star? Then check out the NISMO with its snazzier styling. With 350 hp, it might not be faster, but it looks it. Jump to Instrumented Test – 2016 Nissan 370Z
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We spent over 40 years perfecting heart-pounding performance, thrilling you at every tight turn with this 332-horsepower, 3.7L V6*. And just when you thought the Nissan 370Z Roadster couldn’t get more jaw-dropping, we dropped the top. If you’re ready for the open road and the open air, this is the convertible for you.
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Aluminium Chassis A head turning, composite body covers a sturdy aluminium chassis. ESFLOW’s classic sports car lines allow strong, yet unobtrusive roll bars to safely take the entire load of the car in the unlikely event of a rollover. Since there’s no need for thick, reinforced pillars, a dramatic wraparound windshield gives the driver an unobstructed view of the road ahead.
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Over the past 40 years, our sports cars have built reputations of near-mythic proportions. But these high-performance machines are anything but fantasy. They’re the most exciting cars on the road today. Meet our living legends, and see which one is right for you.
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But the gray is showing at the Z’s temples. The VQ gets grainy at higher revs and the sound (at least of the $30,815 base 370Z we tested) isn’t very zoomy. Spend more for the Touring, Sport, or Sport Tech trims and active noise cancellation quells the coarseness while active sound enhancement emphasizes the melodious stuff via the standard Bose premium sound system. Getting underway, clutch takeup is linear and predictable and the short-throw shifter on the Z’s close-ratio six-speed manual operates with precision. We did, however, notice some annoying fore/aft driveline lash in our base 370Z test car when tipping in and lifting off the throttle; the automatic downshift rev-matching of the Sport and Sport Tech models may help mitigate that.

Published on May 25, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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