Its front (known as G-Nose) was available as an option. In comparison with the standard 240Z, it has a slightly different styling.
Over Drivin' GT-R
Need for Speed: World
It is comparable with the Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R C10 in the field of performance. The 240ZG is a nimble and light car that is capable of exiting corners quickly in a neutral driving behaviour.
The 2000GT-R turns somewhat better but accelerates slightly slower than the Fairlady. The nitrous boost of the 240ZG is nearly identical to that of the C10's, because of a decent power.
Shift 2: Unleashed
The 240ZG is only featured in the Legends Pack and Speedhunters Pack for Shift 2: Unleashed.
The standard version is included in the Legends Pack and featured with a performance index rating of D 140 and 2.53 handling rating. The Speedhunters Pack includes a Speedhunters Edition, which has a B 1160 index rating and 5.53 handling rating. Each of these vehicles can be bought for free in the car dealer.
The 240ZG in stock form can be useful for race events within its downloadable content pack. It is easy to handle in corners and accelerates faster than the C10 Skyline. The Speedhunters Edition reaches 191 mph (307 kmh) as top speed and goes from 0 to 100 kmh in 5.52 seconds. It has a higher top speed and better handling than the C10 Speedhunters Edition but also a less powerful acceleration for that.
Need for Speed: The Run
The Fairlady 240Z appears in Need for Speed: The Run as a tier 1 car that is available from the beginning of the game. It was one of the first cars to be announced for Need for Speed: The Run, and was in the first "Car Reveal Wrap-Up" article published on July 17, 2011.
Producing 220 bhp at 6,200 rpm. It allows the 240ZG to reach a top speed of 139 mph (224 km/h), and have the fastest 0-60 mph time for a tier 1 car with 5.8 seconds. Its handling is rated as "challenging."
The NFS Edition is a tier 4 car that is available from the beginning.
It has a top speed of 190 mph (306 km/h), a "normal" handling rating, and a 0-60 time of 4.6 seconds. Being one of the first cars the player can use in The Run mode, and compared to others such as the BMW M3 GTS, the NFS Edition 240ZG lacks power, but compensates with precise and very controllable handling.
It has a top speed of 190 mph (306 km/h), a "normal" handling rating, and a 0-60 time of 4.6 seconds.
The Miki Taka signature edition is a tier 6 car that is unlocked as a possible reward from the Bonus Wheel.
It has a moderate 0-60 mph time of 3.5 seconds, a top speed of 236 mph (380 km/h), and an "easy" handling rating.
Need for Speed (2015)
The 240ZG can be purchased for 21,500 in Need for Speed (2015).
|0 - 60 mph||1/4 Mile||Top Speed||Power|
|Stock||08.70 seconds||16.62 seconds @ 90 mph (145 km/h)||128 mph (206 km/h)||151 hp|
|Fully Upgraded||02.06 seconds||08.80 seconds @ 171 mph (275 km/h)||224 mph (360 km/h)||906 hp|
Need for Speed: No Limits
The Fairlady 240ZG appears in Need for Speed: No Limits as part of the Neon Future event update that ran from June 4, 2019 to June 16, 2019.
The Fairlady 240ZG Neon Future is a sports class car that requires 35 legendary blueprints to unlock. The blueprints required to unlock the vehicle can be found from various sources:
- Black Market
- Complete Neon Future event
|x35 Legendary Blueprints||7843||10400||11858||976|
Need for Speed: Payback
The 240ZG appears in Need for Speed: Payback following its appearance in the reveal trailer released on June 2, 2017.
It is a derelict car that can be built after finding all five of its parts. The rumour as to the location of its first part is unlocked upon completing the Mac: League 73 questline in chapter 2 - Desert Winds.
Upon all of its parts being found, it can be built into a drag, drift, off-road, race, or runner class car.
Finding the parts for all derelicts will allow for it to be purchased from either the drag, drift, off-road, race, or runner class dealerships, and purchasing the Speedcross Story Bundle will allow it to be purchased from the speedcross dealership.
|Need for Speed: Payback - Statistics|
|Find all of its Derelict parts.|
|0 - 60||7.50|
As a unique vehicle, it can not be altered with any visual customisation items, it can not have its paint and wrap modified, and can not be stance tuned. It can, however, be equipped with performance parts and vanity items.
|Need for Speed: Payback - Statistics|
|Complete its abandoned car event when available.|
|0 - 60||3.87|
- The Fairlady 240ZG in Need for Speed: World uses a five-speed gearbox.
- The Yuta Akaishi Signature Edition is modelled after the Datsun 240Z of Yuta Akaishi, who is a Japanese American author of Import Tuner Magazine.
- Miki Taka is a reference to a Japanese American model, who has participated in several photoshoots of car tuning magazines.
- In Need for Speed (2015), fitting brake discs to the 240ZG will remove the stock drum brakes, but will not include any calipers unless an aftermarket component is fitted afterwards.
- In Need for Speed: The Run, an unused NFS Edition can be found in the game files. There aren't performance differences in comparison with the playable NFS Edition.
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