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Nissan just dropped a major hint about its future sports car — and it's not good

Discussion in 'Cars and Vehicles' started by EF-Roger, Sep 8, 2015.

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  1. EF-Roger

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    A couple of weeks ago, we heard that Nissan was tossing up a radical change in direction for its next Z car, one that would ditch the conventional sports car format in favor of a small, sporty crossover body.

    As previously reported, the logic behind such a move is to get new, younger enthusiasts interested in the brand. In case you had somehow missed it, crossovers are all the rage these days.

    Well, perhaps our worst fears have been confirmed as Nissan has previewed a new crossover concept that the automaker says hints at “a new way to feel driving excitement.”

    We’ll see the concept unveiled for the first time at next week’s 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show and word on the street is that it will wear the famous Z badge.


    Read more: Nissan just dropped a major hint about its future sports car — and it's not good - Business Insider

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