It's getting harder and harder to find an attainable sports car with a naturally aspirated engine, and Nissan's Z is no longer going to be one of those cars soon. The 370Z's successor will be powered by a smaller turboharged engine, according to Nissan development chief Andy Palmer, who also reassured us all that it won't be any less powerful than the current car.

“There is room for two types of sports car in our range. The BladeGlider challenges convention, but there is also room for more classical sports cars in the mould of the GT-R and 370Z.” He also went on to confirm that there will indeed be NISMO versions of all future Nissan sports cars and also for "most cars in the Nissan range." 

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[via Autocar