A New Sports-Car Style Standard
The new 1990 300ZX was awesome. And the 300ZX Twin Turbo was flat-out astonishing. Low, wide, and modern, the Z32 was mesmerizing: the first Z-car to set a new sports-car style standard. The suspension was vastly more sophisticated, with A-arms replacing the previous struts up front and an all-new multilink system in the back. And that rear included Nissan’s High Capacity Actively Controlled Steering (HICAS) system, which added some rear steering under the correct conditions. The new 300ZX didn’t just handle well; it handled better than almost any other new car.