A quick walkaround video of the Z Proto. I wonder where this was filmed it looks like an art gallery.
Yeah that was the big thing that stood out for me. Glad to that as a remote keyless entry option.Interesting details in this video- like the small circular door release (thumb release?) on the B-pillar just above the door slot. I wish they'd have lingered more on the look and feel of the interior itself, but without power to illuminate the IP, they may have decided it wasn't worth the time to film.
Saw this yesterday and had to rewatch the video of the grey one as well. Doesn't appear the grey one has the button after pausing the video and zooming in.I can't quite tell if that is included on the Gunmetal model we've seen. In that footage, the guy just opens it with the handle. Did anyone catch it in the video?
Hmmm, I'm curious how you figure that these are plastic and opaque. I doubt if they are any different from what has been on the 370Z for years, in terms of how they are made and their (limited) functionality.I was hoping the production version would ditch the nasty and cheap looking black plastic rear quarter "windows" in the proto for real glass, but it looks like it didn't. So much for the rear quarter sightlines lol. I could not imagine buying this car without RCTA and blind spot sensors.
Yea the rear quarter windows on the Z and most other 2 seater cars are pretty useless. Can't see out the driver side one because it's behind you, and the passenger side window is usually covered by the passenger seat. The windows are transparent, but not much use for blind-spot visibility. This is likely the same exact window layout as the Z34 as its basically an exterior overhaul.Hmmm, I'm curious how you figure that these are plastic and opaque. I doubt if they are any different from what has been on the 370Z for years, in terms of how they are made and their (limited) functionality.
Ever driven a 370Z? As a daily driver of the 370, I can confirm that they provide very little blind-spot visibility from the driver's seat, though they are most certainly glass windows.
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You can actually see in this shot that they appear very similar to the 370's windows, with a tiny central viewing area surrounded by a deeply-tinted triangle:
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I certainly hope you are right, and I can sort of maybe see the glass in that shot you posted.Hmmm, I'm curious how you figure that these are plastic and opaque. I doubt if they are any different from what has been on the 370Z for years, in terms of how they are made and their (limited) functionality....
The fabled old italian school of driving. If it is behind you, it is irrelevant, because it is losing.Blind spots? Pfft. Just point-and-shoot ahead of traffic.
Indeed, it does! I assumed that it might be sort of a stand-in for what is actually to come, though. Never know.