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Sports Cars / February 23, 2021


The Altima Coupe made a statement all its own. It had a shorter wheelbase, a lowered ride height, sleek aerodynamic profile, and an overall sporty attitude. That attitude can still be found today in the Z® Coupe and Altima sedan.

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2-Door Design

The compact two-door featured an ergonomic, sporty interior with perfectly placed controls and body-hugging bucket seats, much like today’s performance coupe, the 370Z. The lower, lighter, leaner Z generates plenty of power—332 horses worth of it—and plenty of adrenaline in everyone who drives it.


Inspired by the engineering and performance built into every legendary Nissan Z, Altima Coupe was built to ensure that your drive would never be routine. Carrying on that tradition today is the Altima sedan, with its 3.5-liter V6, and the all-new 300-hp, fighter-jet inspired Maxima.


The virtually gearless Xtronic CVT® (Continuously Variable Transmission) will change your definition of what a transmission can do. It is always in the right gear, because it doesn’t even have gears. It constantly maintains the right amount of RPMs to keep you in the engine’s sweet spot, which is not only good for seamless performance, but great for efficiency.


Make your drive the best part of your day. Altima can let you know if it’s safe to change lanes, it can make a long drive feel short, it can put 270 horsepower at your fingertips, and it can give you 39 mpg on the highway.

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It makes every drive something special. Exhilarating. Memorable. Epic. The Z makes the ultimate connection between driver and machine— and maybe one very lucky passenger. Experience the drive of your life in the sleek Coupe, the spirited Roadster, or the competition-bred 350-hp 370Z NISMO.

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