A successor to the Nissan 370Z will bow at the Tokyo Motor Show this Fall, shrinking in both size and weight.
Described as a successor to the 240SX, the car has reportedly been confirmed for the Tokyo show by Nissan development boss Andy Palmer and will arrive in concept form first.
While down-sized, in both dimensions and mass, that same philosophy will be applied to the size of the engine, but not its output. A turbocharged 4-cylidner is expected to make its way under the hood, with power staying close to the 330 hp mark of the current car.
As a concept, the show car may in fact sport an electric power train which could (or could not) find its way into a production model.
Likely to arrive some time next year in production trim, the car should go on sale in 2015, with Palmer confirming a high-performance NISMO model to follow.
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