2023 Nissan Z* Specs

February 28th, 2022 by

2023 Nissan Z in the desert

When you’re in search of a high-end performance model, you can’t go wrong choosing the 2023 Nissan Z, also known as the Nissan 370Z. This model offers multiple engine options to ensure you get the performance you need on The Woodlands roads and beyond. Learn more about the 2023 Nissan Z redesign, performance, and more in order to decide if this model is the right choice for you and your driving needs. Want to experience this model in person? Contact our finance team to schedule a test drive.



2023 Nissan Z Performance

While there is currently one engine option available on the upcoming 2023 Nissan Z model, there’s a possibility that there will be another. The Nissan Z cars offer a 3.0L V6 that can achieve up to 400 hp on Spring roads. In addition, you’ll find a variety of performance features to help you gain the thrilling ride you’re looking for. Take a closer look at the new Nissan Z performance specs below:

3.0L V6 Twin-Turbo Engine:

  • 400 hp
  • 6-speed automatic transmission
  • New 9-speed automatic with shift-by-wire technology 
  • Front- and rear-wheel drive options
  • Mechanical limited slip differential
  • 220,000 rpm

As mentioned above, this model comes standard with a 6-speed automatic transmission standard, but offers a new 9-speed automatic transmission as an upgrade. You’ll also get to choose a front-wheel drive model or all-wheel drive option. 

2023 Nissan Z Redesign

The 2023 Nissan Z interior has been redesigned to keep up with the exciting performance changes. For the 2023 model year, the new Nissan Z is purely driver focused with high-end features to keep you connected and entertained. Here are some of the interior features that have been upgraded:

  • A new digital gauge cluster and 9-inch center touch-screen display help you customize your NissanConnect® interface with new features such as Door to Door Navigation and more.
  • New performance seat designs to ensure your comfort as well as a stylish touch.
  • An advanced front midship platform enhances the Nissan Z models handling by pushing the engine’s center of mass behind the front axle and moves the front wheels closer to the corner of the vehicle. 
  • Instead of the typical 50/50 weight distribution found on most Nissan cars, the 55/45 weight distribution on the Nissan Z allows for better traction and quicker turns by shifting the weight of the Nissan Z during acceleration.
  • Lightweight carbon fiber components make the Nissan Z lighter, which improves its performance for Houston drivers without sacrificing quality. 

Test Drive The Nissan Z with Tom Peacock Nissan! 

Once the new Nissan Z is released, you can schedule a test drive with our finance team at Tom Peacock Nissan near Conroe. We have plenty of models to explore. If you have questions in the meantime, don’t hesitate to contact our team. We can also help you get pre-approved for financing with our online application.


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