The Track trim came with lightweight wheels and Brembo brakes, but its suspension tuning was the same as all other coupes. market in 1996, Nissan initially tried to keep the Z name alive by re-creating the 240Z the following year.
The first year there was only a coupe, as the roadster did not debut until the following year.
Initially, the coupe came in Base, Enthusiast, Performance, Touring and Track versions, while the Roadster was limited to Enthusiast and Touring trim levels.
It did not include cruise control, nor power or heated seats.
The Enthusiast model came with traction control, a VLSD, and cruise control.
It was fully functional car with its 2.4 L 4-cylinder KA24DE engine from the Nissan Altima producing 200 bhp (150 k W) and 180 lb⋅ft (244 N⋅m) of torque, and not the Z-car's traditional 6-cylinder engine.