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Discussion in 'General discussion' started by Robbie J, Jun 9, 2020.

  1. Robbie J

    Robbie J
    Z Club Member

    hence why Litchfield would be good here...
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  2. tyroguru

    Z Club Member

    Super disappointing that this won't be an option for the UK/Europe as I was hoping for it to be a possible choice for me when the become available. I'll probably go with some Ultimate Driving Machine fun then unless my mind changes significantly before then. Shame.
  3. franky

    franky Well-Known Forum User

    it could be marketing to generate interest and appeal.

    Most likely not
  4. Mr Tenno

    Mr Tenno
    ZClub Administrator
    Staff Member Moderator

    Couldn't resist a tiny bit of Photoshop:

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  5. Dale

    Z Club Member

    Ooh, I like that. What about in silver to match the Katana?
    Last edited: Sep 16, 2020
  6. chris frizzell

    chris frizzell
    Z Club Member

    cracking looking car but will go to the US as we in the UK dont have the money nor market for such a fantactic car shame . also manual only will be fun in the US as less than 20% can drive stick . Dont dispair its the 50s all again the folk with disposable cash having mustangs and 400z and we have honda civic and ford focus . they may have a change off heart though.
  7. datsfun

    Z Club Member


    With "smaller diameter" 8 spoke wheels.
  8. yellowz

    Z Club Member

    I think they should have sloped the back down before the tail, would have looked much better and more reminiscent.
  9. Bazzateer

    Z Club Member

    Love the look, can get used to the huge grille. I'd prefer proper gauges as well.
    Gutted that we won't be getting it here. Presumably they'll be available for the home market so at least there should be correct (right) side drive versions available eventually.
  10. peter_s

    Z Club Member

    It would probably be possible to import it privately. There are tons of US pickups rolling around here in Sweden either by private or grey import. They don't have EG/CoC type certification.

    Now this doesn't help you UK citizens, but if a car has been registered in another EU country, it's possible to register that specific car in another.

    There are possibilities if you want one
  11. Dale

    Z Club Member

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  13. Rob Gaskin

    Rob Gaskin Treasurer Staff Member Moderator

  14. peter_s

    Z Club Member

    You guys are not helping! :D
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  15. toopy

    Z Club Member

    Have to say Im not really feeling it, yes it looks ok, but does look like a Z ..... not to me, could just be another Jag, not that keen on the rear panel and lights either, and the front is bland! o_O
  16. red baron

    red baron Well-Known Forum User

    having just seen the offical email from nissan japan you will be dissapointed to know the car is only being sold in japan asia and usa
  17. Huw

    Z Club Member

    Try as I might I really don’t like it much, just bland. The 240Z was ground breaking in its styling. Pity Nissan has followed the styling conventions of most other manufactures and not produces a truly unique Z of our time.
  18. Dale

    Z Club Member

  19. Bazzateer

    Z Club Member

    Plenty of rhd then. Future imports ☺
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  20. Dale

    Z Club Member

    I was speaking to a friend who is considering flying over to Japan and driving one back. That’s quite a road trip!
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