The original Japanese sports car has returned with the reveal of the 2023 Nissan Z. There are no numbers in the name this time — just a twin-turbo 400 horsepower V6 backed by a six-speed manual, all packed into a highly-modified version of the FM platform. With a wheelbase just over 100 inches, the new Z promises to be a flickable sports car and a challenger to Toyota's Supra. Three trim levels will be available at launch: the Sport, a bare-bones entry-level model, the Performance, with stiffer suspension, front and rear spoilers, and 19-inch forged Rays wheels, and the launch model Proto Spec, which wears the concept car's yellow color scheme. The only engine offering for all three is the twin-turbo V6. The new Z will go on sale in Spring 2022.