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I saw the prototype in person at our Nashville Cars and Coffee event when Nissan brought it out. I was totally unimpressed, as we're several other Z car guys there. The production model has not really changed my mind, but I'll reserve final judgement until I see it in person. In the meantime, I'll just be happy with the two I have, which the new one is supposedly an homage of sorts to.
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400hp with twin turbos ought to be enough for anyone.
And you can get it with a manual transmission. Not a car for snowflakes.
I had a friend with a 260z. He knew how to push it to the limit and barely avoid the ditches on the back roads of central Missouri. It rattled, squeaked and was rather noisy but loads of fun.
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