The Z32 chassis underwent some changes during its production run between 1989 and 1996. Among the safety additions are the inclusion of standard driver and passenger-side airbags and true pillar-mount seat belts. The Z32's extended model year sales in 1990 reached 39,290 units.
3.0 L (2,960 cc) VG30DETT produces 300 hp (224 kW) and 283 lb·ft (384 N·m) when mated with a five-speed manual transmission. It featured hybrid twin T22/TB02 turbochargers which were developed exclusively for Nissan, twin intercoolers, and NVTCS (Nissan's Valve Timing Control System). The VG30DETT utilizes an iron block with aluminum heads.
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