This Japanese coupé keeps with the tradition of Datsun and Nissan sports cars, initiated by the 240Z. Called the Fairlady Z on the archipelago, it takes on the form of a Targa. Its removable roof made it so that the latter could be completely removed from the bodywork in two parts. This Z32 version succeeded the Z31, and adopted a livery that was in keeping with the style of the Nineties. Equipped with a 286 horsepower engine and two Garrett turbo, it could reach a top speed of 250 km/h (auto-limited). It would be produced in this from 1989 to 1999. Its distinctive front lights would later be borrowed for the Lamborghini Diablo SV.