I don't really get why manufacturers care so much about leaked photos or vids so much besides pissing off the corporate guys who want to control the release of information so much. Have spy photos or leaked images ever resulted in fewer vehicles being sold or could that even be determined? It'd probably benefit them to just release their own stock photos of pre-production models in order to be able to avoid all the security measures and secrecy that they have to otherwise maintain.
A guy-who-knows-a-guy wrote a post at the 400Z Club forum pertaining to Nissan's upcoming rework of the Z, which if true, spills lots of beans.
here's a reason we have a "Rumormill" logo: A guy-who-knows-a-guy wrote a post at the 400Z Club forum pertaining to Nissan's upcoming rework of the Z, and if it's correct, the forum's going to have to figure out a new name for itself. The car, in this telling, won't be called the Nissan 400Z, a moniker we all admittedly just assumed. It'll simply be the Nissan Z.
More precisely, it will remain the Fairlady Z in Japan, and will be called the Nissan Z in other markets.
The poster "Houston.Z35," who says he's getting this from relatives who live close to the action at Nissan's Tennessee plant, has lots more info. Which could be accurate, inaccurate, or subject to change. Reach for your shaker of salt and read on:
MSRP will be $34,995. That's for the base car, no options, and presumably not including destination fee.