Why is the 2024 Nissan Z Nismo more expensive than the BMW M2?

In 2022, Nissan redesigned its Z sports car series in order to compete with the Toyota Supra. In order to do so, the company dropped the numbers from the name of the vehicle and just referred to it as "Z."

In addition to its throwback attractive looks, the Nissan Z from the 2023 model year featured a six-speed manual transmission, rear-wheel drive, and 400 horsepower.

 In a technical sense, it brought over the platform from the 370Z, which was an old model;

 yet, in this day and age, we take endangered sports coupes in any way that manufacturers can supply them.

The Nismo, which is developed by Nissan Motorsports, was the natural successor to the Z. It was a more aggressive version of the Z.

The 2024 model year was the one in which Nissan successfully delivered it. The Z Nismo is equipped with a twin-turbo V6 engine that has been reworked to produce 20 additional horsepower and 34 additional pound-feet of torque.

Furthermore, Nissan included a multitude of enhancements, including bigger rear wheels, Dunlop tires that are more grippy, stabilizer bars, and a redesigned suspension that is more firm.

However, we had two members of the Gear Patrol crew test drive the vehicle in the areas of New York City and Detroit while they were on extended house loans.

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