Looks are subjective. If you want savage geese or crazy chicken or that Scotty guy to decide what looks good and drives good for you, then more power to you.Mic drop.....since I will likely get banned after one post. Blah blah blah
I have no doubt Nissan will sell more Zs - it’s the Altima of sports cars. When supply starts over taking demand at dealer lots, I’m sure your local dealer will discount the Z and approve anybody for credit to move them.
For a mostly recyled platform and powertrain, the new Z should be priced the same as the 370z. If it was a $30-40k car instead of $40-50k, then it would be worth it. My past experiences (plural) tell me that Nissans are great bargains for secondhand vehicles, but awful when purchased new.
The last great Z was the Z32 and Nissan has been in the toilet since Ghosn. The Z33 was a nice car to thrash around on a road course, but it needed the full NISMO suspension treatment. The interior blandness and quality was 10 steps back from the Z32. The nail in the coffin was when other Nissan/Infiniti got the VQ and they all sounded the same - like a crying wookie.