New Nissan Z Not Using Adaptive Steering, Goal Is A 'Connected' Feel

The Z needs to be engaging for drivers. The new Nissan Z is shaping up to an accessible sports car with a pure, driver-focused experience behind the wheel. That apparently includes not using the drive-by-wire Direct Adaptive Steering system available on some Nissan and Infiniti vehicles, according to a report from

Nissan Z Proto: Q&A With Nissan Designer Alfonso Albaisa

Nissan is back with a fresh, conceptual take on its most iconic sports car. It is called the Nissan Z Proto, and it clearly draws inspiration from the original 1970 Datsun 240Z. Because of time zone and travel restrictions, instead of directly interviewing Alfonso Albaisa, Nissan’s senior vice president for

Virtuosi rues lost 1-2 after Zhou exit

The UNI-Virtuosi team has been left rueing the gearbox glitch that cost the squad a perfect 1-2 in the opening round of the FIA Formula 2 Championship at the Red Bull Ring. While Ferrari protege Callum Ilott took victory on his first start with the team, it came only after

GT Sport Daily Races: Z Marks the Spot

Three more Daily Races have arrived to mark the new week in GT Sport, and the line-up is a pretty unusual one. Of the three, it’s Race B that provides the most routine experience. It’s a pretty simple affair that can be summed up in eight words: three laps of

GT Sport Daily Races: Z Marks the Spot

Three more Daily Races have arrived to mark the new week in GT Sport, and the line-up is a pretty unusual one. Of the three, it’s Race B that provides the most routine experience. It’s a pretty simple affair that can be summed up in eight words: three laps of

Nissan teases new Z sports car as one of 12 new models by 2021

New sports car teased as long awaited 370Z replacement, but focus to shift to North America and China Nissan has revealed a significant plan to restructure its entire business model over the next four years that will see the brand introduce 12 new cars in the next 18 months –

Nissan teases new Z sports car as one of 12 new models by 2021

New sports car teased as long awaited 370Z replacement, but focus to shift to North America and China Nissan has revealed a significant plan to restructure its entire business model over the next four years that will see the brand introduce 12 new cars in the next 18 months –