Someone unlocked the new Nissan Z in Sacramento, that happened next

Unless parked behind a fence or in the garage, leaving a vehicle unlocked is never a good idea, especially if it’s a prototype of a car that has yet to be released, like the new Nissan Z. The successor to the 370Z was discovered by a Youtuber in Sacramento while looking for a place to pose a Nissan GT-R and an Infiniti Q60. Such a sighting is definitely worth immortalizing considering the car won’t officially go on sale until next year, so the young man approached it and noticed that it had a few scratches on the body.

But was it unlocked? Indeed it was, so he opened the door and revealed the blue and black interior next to some belongings that belonged to the driver in the right front seat. Next, he opened the hood and showed the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6, which is actually shared with the Red Sport 400 variant of the Infiniti Q60.

Now opening the unlocked car door could have turned into a nightmare as the driver may have brought charges. He was cool when he found no damage was done, however, so he revealed the sound of the engine as he drove away. So does it actually sound like a baby GT-R or should the Japanese automaker further optimize it before launch? You can find out by clicking the play button in the video below.

Before we do that, however, we will remind you that the grinder pulls out 400 horsepower and 350 pound-feet (475 Nm) of torque. It can be hooked up to a six-speed manual or a nine-speed automatic, the latter option coming from Mercedes, and this recipe is enough to keep the Toyota Supra busy. But would you get it over his rival?

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