Auto Express reports that Nissan is considering a two seater roadster as a successor to the S15 200SX. If tru then it looks as though Renault may yet let Nissan return to making a good old affordable sports cars. With the 350Z and now the 370Z and GT-R proving to be extremelly popular why not keep giving the customers what they want?
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Forget the hybrid drive vehicles that Toyota, Lexus and Honda are pushing. As an intermediate stage they’re fine but with the speed at which the technology is advancing it may be no more than a token gesture. Reducing emissions is important, and concentrating on the mass market will have the biggest impact but none of the models released so far can truly be considered mass market can they?
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