Nissan's Foria Concept for Tokyo

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Nissan's Foria concept is a full-on design study of a premium 2+2 sports (sedan?) that, from the neck up, evokes a late 1960s aesthetic — we'd almost expect it to sport a Datsun badge. Still, it's full of all the high-tech gewgaws that make a concept worth eyeballing, like a wide dashboard monitor that allows the driver to grasp navigation position and point-of-interest information without looking away. It's also fitted with premium interior fittings that reflect its upscale positioning. Maybe we'll see this styling reflected in a new sports coupe, possibly in the 240SX tradition.

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