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Nissan Designer Hints At Smaller Sports Cars, Sparks Talk Of 240SX Return

Nissan’s chief designer Shiro Nakamura has reveled that his employer is looking at downsizing its sports models, leaving the door open for the possible return of the 240SX sports car or Silvia as it’s known in other markets. Nakamura also said it was possible that the Nissan Z line may adopt a smaller engine for its next-generation...
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