Nissan Fairlady

The Nissan Fairlady Z ZDM Car is a sports car manufactured by Nissan. This model is the 7th generation of the Nissan Z-car line and is the successor to the 370Z, but reportedly retains the designation of the “Z34” model. The model also removes the nomenclature of previous generation numbers.

There are 2 Different Versions of The Fairlady:

History Of Nissan Fairlady Z ZDM Car:

 In 2018, the 7th generation Nissan Fairlady Z ZDM Car was first suggested by Alfonso Avisa, Nissan’s Senior Vice President of Global Design. On March 19, 2020, Nissan applied for a trademark for a new version of the ZCar logo. On May 28, 2020, as part of Nissan’s global restructuring program, dubbed “Nissan Next,” Nissan’s official YouTube channel released a short video showing the latest vehicle lineup, including the new Z-car. This video also confirmed that the new Z-car has a retro design and its overall shape and circular running light refer to the 240Z.

Exterior Features:

 On September 15, 2020, Nissan fairlady ZDM Car announced a prototype version called the “Nissan Z Proto Concept.” The prototype is 4,382 mm (172.5 inches) long, 142 mm (5.6 inches) longer than the current Nissan 370Z, and is not wide.

Interior Features:

The interior  design of Nissan Fairlady JDM Car  with  Nismo’s SuperGT GT500 class racer Tsugio Matsuda. Inside, a customizable 12.3-inch TFT instrument display, programmable shift indicator, turbocharger boost, turbocharger speed (rpm), and battery voltage (above the dash and tilted towards the driver) There are three analog gauges that indicate manually adjustable sports bucket seats. Similar to the Nissan GTR, it can be adjusted in 8 directions on the driver’s side and 4 directions on the passenger’s side. A fabric sheet with synthetic suede inserts, a full team of safety nannies and driver assistance devices are also provided. 

The suspension of the new Z adopts a double wishbone type aluminum suspension with a large front caster angle to improve straight running and high-speed stability. The front strut tower bar reinforces the front structure and adopts a multi-link rear suspension. In addition, the tires are wider than the 370Z, the large diameter monotube shock absorbers, and the body rigidity are improved to improve cornering. For the brakes, Nissan provided a 12.6-inch rotor on the front and a 12.1-inch unit on the rear, gripped by a fixed two-piston caliper on the front and a single-piston caliper on the rear.

Engine Specifications:

The interior design of Nissan Fairlady JDM Car  with Nismo’s SuperGT GT500 class racer Tsugio Matsuda. Inside, a customizable 12.3-inch TFT instrument display, programmable shift indicator, turbocharger boost, turbocharger speed (rpm), and battery voltage (above the dash and tilted towards the driver) There are three analog gauges that indicate manually adjustable sports bucket seats. Similar to the Nissan GTR, it can be adjusted in 8 directions on the driver’s side and 4 directions on the passenger’s side. A fabric sheet with synthetic suede inserts, a full team of safety nannies and driver assistance devices are also provided. 

The suspension of the new Z adopts a double wishbone type aluminum suspension with a large front caster angle to improve straight running and high-speed stability. The front strut tower bar reinforces the front structure and adopts a multi-link rear suspension. In addition, the tires are wider than the 370Z, the large diameter monotube shock absorbers, and the body rigidity are improved to improve cornering. For the brakes, Nissan provided a 12.6-inch rotor on the front and a 12.1-inch unit on the rear, gripped by a fixed two-piston caliper on the front and a single-piston caliper on the rear.

Models in Nissan Fairlady ZDM Car:

Year From Year To Chassis
2008
2020
Z34
2008
2020
HZ34

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