After revealing the Nissan Z Proto back in 2020.\tNissan left us waiting for an official release date. .Since then, we\u2019ve learned the 2022 Nissan Z won\u2019t be available in Europe.And that it will be powered by the Infiniti Q60\u2019s twin-turbo V-6. .\tAn engine that should be good for at least 400 horsepower in entry-level form.On top of that, there\u2019s even potential that the Nissan Z Nismo.\tCould use hybrid technology to deliver close to 500 horsepower!.The new Z will, however, ride on the same chassis as the current 370Z.\tBut that chassis has been evolved and tweaked to make the new Z lighter, more agile, and stronger than ever before. .With less weight and more power, the new Nissan Z should be able to hit 60 mph in just under 5 seconds.\tThe Z Nismo, which should arrive a few years later, will be able to do the same sprint in the low-four-second range..Now, we\u2019ve learned that Nissan is planning to open order books for the Nissan Z as early as November 15, 2021.\tThis date means that the production version of the 2022 Nissan Z could be revealed in the next 3-4 months..As for pricing, nothing is set in stone, but the new Z, at launch, is rumored to cost some $87 per horsepower.\tThat means it will start out at $34,995, roughly $5,000 more expensive than the current 370Z. .The 2025 Nissan Z Nismo could come dangerously close to the $50,000 range, but it will be a very low price for a car that offers that kind of performance. .Swipe up if you want to learn more about the 2022 Nissan Z!!!.