The show had been rescheduled to August but is now off due to the COVID-19 Delta variant and increasingly stringent restrictions in New York City.
The New York auto show, previously rescheduled for August, has now been...
the scat pack is an awesome car I've driven both scat pack and Hellcat, and I feel like I couldn't even use the Cat's power.
Me personally if the Z is too expensive, I really like the look of the new GR86. I wonder if it is enough power, I've also been considering a Camaro, or if the IS500...
I really like this car and hope it sells well. I was considering an IS350 AWD as a do it all car, but the performance was lackluster on the test drive. I ended up going with a cheap daily while waiting for the new Z or similar
I voted base. I don't personally need the extra features with sport/touring and if the rumor of $5k for each package is true just too much for me. Only option I would probably get is an enhanced exhaust system (similar to what is offered on the corvettes)
I highly doubt we will be able to sit inside. I've been to the Philly and NY auto shows for the past 10+ years and whenever there is a brand new car it is always elevated on a platform (possibly rotating platform) inside a barrier. Hopefully they at least open the door so I can get a peek inside
I will not pay a cent in ADM. If Nissan dealers pull a C8 I will go with something else. I know the first few months will be like this but I am hoping by 2022 production issues for all cars will be better and a lot of Z's can get produced.
I had an 8-speed ZF in my previous car and I agree it is probably good for fuel economy and keeping revs low on the highway, but when I was playing around in sport mode with the paddles I probably didn't go above 5th
if my research is correct, the new Z will have the same engine as the Infinti Q50/60 Red Sport (VR30), and the transmission carried over from the 370Z (manual), and for the auto, a 9-speed that is similar to the one in the mercedes.
Does anyone have knowledge of how these VR30 engines are...