There will reportedly also be three upgrade packages – a “Type S”, “Type T” and a “Type ST.” “S” is said to offer Brembo brakes, thicker swingarms, better cooling and other goodies. Meanwhile, the “T” shows a more comfort-oriented group of options such as heated and cooled leather seats with power adjustment, a series of driver assistants and other features, including blind spot monitoring. The “ST” car reportedly gets both of these option groups, each priced at $ 5,000 separately or $ 10,000 when purchased together on the ST car.
And yes, get excited, because a Nismo version is reportedly on the way, and according to the source, it “will not just be a body kit.”
There are no price details on that car yet, but Nissan has reportedly aimed straight at Supra. Soon we will find out if Toyota messed up offering its revived sports car without a stick and at a relatively high price for consumers. The new Z looks cheaper, more powerful and more fun to drive, so it can only be an alarm clock.
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