The Nissan Z Proto is in America and it looks great

The Nissan Z Proto, 400Z, the 370Z update with the 298 kW twin turbo 3.0 liter VR30 … whatever you want to call it, it’s now in America and looks beyond the confines of the Japanese press tour so much better from Nissan. It helps that it visited Chris Forsberg Racing, probably the best modern day Z shop in the country.

Forsberg has been driving a Z in Formula Drift since 2003 and has done the job with all kinds of engine configurations, from the tiny turbo SR20 to the huge 5.6-liter Nissan V8 from an abandoned truck racing series entry into a twin-turbo VQ that actually sounded good with its current R35 GT-R engine setup. The guy knows Zs and his 280Z shows it. Then there is no better place to bring the new Z Proto.

The car looks so much more real in the wild than it does in Nissan’s museum (in this video here) or in its well-curated press photos. It looks like a Z car, and you can really appreciate the retro touches of the car, a mix of the first generation S30 and the Bubble Era Z32 300ZX.

Forsberg spends some time talking to photo ace Larry Chen about the color of the car, how the yellow looks different in different lighting conditions. What I’m more interested in is how excited he and Larry are and how quickly they start getting into various design details. They look comfortable in the car, which Nissan can only hope for, I’m sure of that.

Now all I have to do is chase Rob Fuller in the iconic Z Car Garage and find out what he’s thinking.

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