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Renault-Nissan CEO Claims Sports Cars Still Matter After Killing Sports Car Everyone Wanted

Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn, in response to a question from Roadshow, claimed that sports cars are still important despite sinking sales because “they are a testimony of technology and of the brand.” It’s a nice sentiment, but it rings hollow considering Nissan’s current lineup of outdated sports cars and terminated concept cars. Read more...
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