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Nissan Z-car to become SUV

Nissan is preparing to shock Z-car fans next week with a concept SUV that is tipped to replace the ageing 370Z. The Japanese brand has released a teaser image of its New Crossover Concept being unveiled on September 15 at

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Aussie conquers Nissan GT Academy championship

Aussie Matthew Simmons has been crowned international champion of Nissan’s PlayStation GT Academy to become Nissan’s newest factory GT driver. Simmons, a 26-year-old Queenslander, took to Silverstone’s racing circuit this morning against five-other drivers in race-prepared 370Zs for the final

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Nissan GT-R Nismo front-driver pulled from racing

Nissan is whipping its GT-R Nismo front-driver off the racing circuit to urgently address technical issues. The Japanese brand admits its GT-R Nismo is uncompetitive in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) and will be yanked from racing for an

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Weekly Wallpaper: Nissan GT-R versus Porsche 911 GT2

Back in 2009, we found ourselves in a predicament. How did you throw the just-released Nissan GT-R in to a traditional comparison? It would have vaporised a BMW M3 and simply laughed at a similarly priced Mercedes-Benz CLK. Nothing in

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Why Nissan's Le Mans car is front-wheel drive

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have heard about Nissan’s radical new Le Mans car, the NISMO GT-R LM. Unlike its more traditional LMP1 rivals from Porsche, Toyota and Audi, which are all mid-engined and rear-wheel drive, Nissan

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Market Watch |Nissan S15 200SX

Finding a Nissan S15 200SX (Aussie-peak for Silvia) that hasn’t been modified is like looking for a needle in a haystack. But lo and behold, we have found one – a really good one. This Australian delivered 2001 200SX is completely

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Performance Car Cup 2011 Winner! Nissan GT-R

And so it all comes down to this; Nissan’s jaw-dropping, physics-bending GT-R claims its second MOTOR Performance Car Cup crown. But unlike in 2009 when our six judges were deadlocked and it was awarded the first-ever joint winner with the

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