According to this site...I dont see Nissan making another roadster anytime soon. Wasnt sales for the droptop Z34 pretty low?
Nissan doesn’t break down coupe and convertible sales figures, but the 370Z Coupe was likely more popular with consumers as 2019 model started at $29,990. The Roadster, on the other hand, had a base price of $41,820 and was available exclusively with a seven-speed automatic transmission.
I think sales in general, regardless of model, were heading in that direction. It appeared the car needed updates all the way around, and it appears Nissan may have hit the nail on the head with this one. Build a roadster and I bet they won't have a problem selling em ... and I'll be helping that movement out! T's or targa's... no thank you. They look good but just not convenient or practical IMO.I dont see Nissan making another roadster anytime soon. Wasnt sales for the droptop Z34 pretty low?
He went on to mention a roadster has not been green-lighted for production just yet – “it is still up for debate.” Hiroshi Tamura did say sporty convertibles such as the 300ZX and 370Z represent what the “Z” is all about, thus hinting a droptop 400Z (or whatever it will be called) could be in the works.