According to the automaker, the full allocation of the Nissan Z Proto trim in Australia has been talked about. The model is effectively sold after customers snatch every reservation before the model arrives in the country.
Adam Patterson, managing director of Nissan Australia, said: “The Z is the final expression of Nissan’s sports car certification and we expect the demand for this incredibly special car to be strong.” “I am excited to confirm that all Australian products of the Z Proto Spec are now sold out.”
Exclusively available in Icazuchi Yellow with a super black roof, the Nissan Z Proto Spec comes with a bronze 19-inch wheel, yellow brake caliper and lots of premium equipment. Although Nissan did not disclose exactly how many models it would sell in Australia, it said supply was “strictly limited”, in contrast to other car trim levels.
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Priced at AU $ 80,700 (current exchange rate $ 57,824 USD), Nissan will be happy to sell it outside of the top trim models as it suggests that the appetite for sports cars is much higher.
Those who are still looking for a new Z, but are not confused about the Proto Spec, can still place an order. The Z starts at AU $ 73,300 ($ 52,522 USD) and, like other markets, significantly reduces the price of the Toyota Supra in terms of Nissan’s sports car.
All trim levels come with the same 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 that produces 400 hp (298 kW / 405 PS) and 475 Nm (350 lb-ft) of torque and is combined with a six-speed manual transmission or nine-speed. Automatic with paddle shifters.
“All future owners of the Z have plenty to wait for the fastest, most powerful, and most exciting Z car ever; Ready to arrive in Australia soon, “said Patterson.