Let's start with the price, around $40K, which will put it right in line with the Toyota Supra 3.0.
Power will come from a 400-horsepower, twin-turbo V-6.
The base model is the Z Sport available with a 6-speed manual or optional 9-speed automatic. The higher-end model is called the Z Performance and comes with downshift rev-matching, launch control and a clutch-type limited slip differential. The Z Performance also gets Rays Wheels 19x9.5 rims in front and 19x10 rims at the rear, which are an inch-wide in diameter than the Z Sport and its 18x9s all the way around.
We would have liked to have seen the numerical Z naming structure continue with this next-gen Z but it appears to be retired ... at least for now.
Learn more about the 2023 Nissan Z at https://www.nissanusa.com/vehicles/future-concept/new-nissan-z.html.