2024 Nissan Z Review: A Proper Sports Car

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Technology
The Z Performance comes with a 9-inch touchscreen display that is nicely integrated into the dash, and while the infotainment system is a bit dated, it functions well. I do appreciate the physical volume and tuning knobs, features that seem to be disappearing from many new vehicles. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are both standard. Static shortcuts remain at the bottom of the screen for map, phone, and audio controls, and there are redundant physical buttons below, which I find are easier to use. Climate functions are kept separate with simple, easy-to-use dials below the screen. A digital driver’s display adds to the high-tech look.

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