Nissan Reveals Z GT4 Race Car  

The Nissan Z GT4 debuted at the 2022 SEMA show recently. The new vehicle is based on the popular Nissan Z but has been modified for racing. A 3.8-liter V6 engine powers it. The Z GT4 is designed to compete in the GT4 class and is expected to be a popular choice among racers.

A Closer Look at the Nissan Z GT4

The automaker has a racing version of the new Nissan Z sports car generation. The new car is an improvement over the previous model, thanks to the lessons Nissan has learned in racing.

The company has put a lot of effort into making it a competitive racer. The car has a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 engine with over 500 horsepower, and it's been designed to be as lightweight as possible. Nissan is hoping to make a significant impact in the GT4 racing scene with this new car.

Nissan is gearing up to begin production of the new Z GT4 in mid-2023, with delivery to customer teams expected for the 2024 motorsport season. However, some teams competing in the SRO Pirelli GT4 America Super Taikyu Series will get cars early to do an evaluation.

The new Z GT4 has been designed with customer teams in mind, So far, there has been a lot of interest in the car, and Nissan is expecting to sell out all available slots very quickly.

The price for the brand-new Nissan Z GT4 has been announced, and it's set at an MSRP of $229,000. That price includes the race package, but taxes and destination charges are not included.

The new GT4 has a focus on chassis and suspension tuning for racing. It also gets a new body kit with upgraded aerodynamics to help it compete on the track.

The Nissan Z GT4 has the following:

  • A front splitter
  • A massive wing
  • A new front splitter
  • A vented hood with locking pins
  • 18-inch wheels.

The interior is stripped-out, bringing the weight to 3,108 lb.

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If you're in the market for a high-performance sports car, the Nissan Z GT4 is worth a look. This car is fast, agile, and sure to turn heads when you take it for a spin. To learn more about this vehicle, visit our dealership in Duluth, GA.

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