Raiti's Rides: Is the ALL NEW 2023 Nissan Z a BETTER sports car than the Toyota Supra?

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A couple of designs I noticed and liked, perfect pedal placements for heel-toe, and that rear strut brace looks to be useful for a harness mount, hmm.
 

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The Z looks 10X better IMO.
Toyota / Lexus / BMW are doing Tasteless over-styling.
 

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F**k! $38K is too much. Gotta do it at $34,995 for AT. ;););) BTW, when is Nissan make official pricing announcement?
 

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Hopefully before that, they need to keep giving us tidbits to keep the interest up. Already lost a couple to other cars.
My guess is that the performance will be between $45k and $48k. The price difference between a base and sport+touring was $8k but I’m hoping some magic happens and it’s closer to the $45k. That said, I won’t be able to buy for a couple/few years.
 

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My guess is that the performance will be between $45k and $48k. The price difference between a base and sport+touring was $8k but I’m hoping some magic happens and it’s closer to the $45k. That said, I won’t be able to buy for a couple/few years.
I reallyyy don't think Nissan can afford to let it creep north of the mid 40's mark. Know it's been said a thousand times on here, but there's gotta be a price gap between the Z and (gestures head towards Toyota) the other guy.
 
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