Nissan Z Seen Wearing Crazy Color Combos

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But please send it here already, Nissan.

The massively anticipated Nissan Z made an appearance in a final teaser video in August, and since then Nissan fans have been poring over the revealed images of the final car. The latest sneak peek at the Z comes from New Nissan Z forum user THaskins, who posted pictures of a Nissan Z on the back of a transport trailer near the Daikoku Pier parking area on the metropolitan expressway in Japan with a very interesting color scheme. Nissan has stated that it doesn't care about 0-60 mph times, but it clearly cares about the Z's looks. The cars pictured feature Passion Red and Brilliant Silver paint jobs, and we have to admit; they look awesome.

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The Z, which is launching in spring 2022, is offered in three monotone exterior colors, namely Black Diamond Metallic, Gun Metallic, and Rosewood Metallic. A two-tone look is also available which accentuates the car's "Katana Blade" look and is offered on six of the new Z's exterior colors combined with a Super Black roof. These colors are Everest White Pearl TriCoat, Brilliant Silver, Passion Red TriCoat, Boulder Gray, new Seiran Blue, and new Ikazuchi Yellow. These Passion Red & Brilliant Silver Nissan Zs are some of the first cars to be spotted in the wild sporting these colors, and they have fans on the internet speculating about spec and price. The Passion Red color looks much deeper in real life, slightly darker than Garnet Red. The roofline has been covered in Silver to give a three-tone look too. We like it.

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The silver car pictured lacks a rear spoiler, and features the optional performance exhaust and five-spoke wheels with red brake calipers, while the red car seems to be fitted with optional performance wheels. No matter the color you end up going for, the Nissan Z promises to offer an exhilarating driving experience, and will be offered with a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 producing 400 horsepower at 6,400 rpm and 350 lb-ft of torque from 1,600 rpm to 5,600 rpm. Power will be sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual transmission or a nine-speed automatic and a mechanical limited-slip differential will keep the tail out upon request. Yes, looking at pics is fun, but we want to drive one so badly it hurts.

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