Nikon would listen to the needs and wants of street photographers.
They make close to the perfect street camera (The Zfc), but where are the lenses?
A trio of compact, fastish DX primes would make it the true heir to the heritage of the Nikkormats and the FM/FE.
Back in the day, the street kit was a quality, compact body that was easy to use, just like the Zfc of today. Lenses were the 24/2 or 24/2.8, 50/1,2 or 50/1.4 and 105/2.5. The kit was often supplemented with a 35/1.4 or 35/2.
I would love to see a set consisting of a 16, a 35 and a 70 mm prime, maybe with a 23 or 24 as a half-step. These would correspond closely to the field of view of the set of yesteryear, even if they wouldn’t match the shallow DOF without getting really expensive. In real life, we seldom shot wide open as street is more about documenting day to day life than creating art. I think f/1.8 would be fast enough, maybe with a faster 35 as an option.
Olympus and Panasonic understand, and the Oly 12, 25 and 45 make for a wonderful street kit that made me think much more than twice before committing to the Z DX platform.