Looks like it might have amber LED turnsignals in the rear. You can see a row of LED reflector buckets beneath the red brakelights, on the same plane as the reverse lights.
Sad that the engine note is super quiet. Also the air-water intercoolers... :rolleyes:
The extra space with the 2+2 would be much appreciated, and the longer wheelbase would improve the ride quality.
Pretty much all the Z's competition is 2+2. It makes no sense why Nissan is bucking the trend.
Maybe if you live at sea level. Average elevation in the 10 western states is 4,950 feet. At that elevation, you're losing about 15% of horsepower without a turbo. That takes a Mustang GT, for example, from 460 hp to 390 hp.
I'm excited for a turbo Z.