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Whether the new Z will officially hit dealerships in 2021 as a 2022 model or be pushed back another year is still up in the air. For now, Nissan is working on refining their latest sportscar that inherently carries quite a bit of weight.
For those who enjoy the audible, haptic feedback that comes from a snickety aftermarket shifter kit Hybrid Racing's Short Shifters offers the most diverse, innovative approach we've seen thus far from a bolt-in system.