One of the cars most popular and recognized sports car is always Japanese Nissan Z, and what he learned of the next generation Z, Nissan is aware that this species must evolve if it intends to stay on top of the competition. Part of this change may involve a hybrid drive that car manufacturers are caught in the green wave of environmental responsibility has become a priority.
While nothing definitive has been decided in the next Z, Nissan is experimenting with a number of different power options that you read this. Naturally, a focus on the table is a hybrid powertrain. If the next Z, thus most likely be in the form of hybrid system currently on the Infiniti M, which combines a 3.5-liter gasoline V-6 (known as VQ35DE) with an electric motor. In the M hybrid, the plant produces 360 horsepower and 450 lb-ft of torque not just drilling for a sports car prices. In the next generation Z, the fuel savings should be around 30 miles per gallon. There are rumors of a test mule to the M Z hybrid powertrain in the U.S. run
Another option that Nissan is seriously considering a diesel engine. In collaboration with Nissan recently announced Daimler, has the possibility of an engine from Mercedes-Benz BlueTEC under the hood. The most likely candidate would be the 3.0-liter turbodiesel that is currently in the Mercedes-Benz GL, or something a little bigger. There is also the possibility of offering the next generation Nissan Z, which should hit dealers in 2013 with a series of hybrid propulsion systems including diesel and petrol versions only. No word on what the car would cost now, but expect a slight price increase, especially if the Japanese yen stays at its current level, and the car continues to build Japan.