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The Best Concept Cars From Nissan

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Nissan has garnered a reputation for creating some of the greatest sports cars in history, but it could have made some even more unique cars if these concepts had made it to production.

2013 Nissan IDx Nismo

Most concepts are quite wild, and we immediately know they'll never work, but the IDx Nismo got our hopes up. Unfortunately, it was too similar to the 370Z and Nissan had to pick one.

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2008 Nissan Bevel

Nissan had an odd notion of building a multi-purpose car focused on a specific demographic need. In this case, it was older males with too many hobbies, thus the almost van-like looks.

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2001 Nissan Alpha-T Concept

Nissan's first full-size truck might have ended up looking awfully similar to the Cybertruck everyone wants now. However, it was far too early for such a daring concept.

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2006 Nissan URGE

If you ever wondered what a sports car designed by young gamers would look like, then you'd have to go no further than the URGE. It was imagined with a quick engine and onboard consoles.

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2011 Nissan ESFLOW Electric Sports Car

Just as the world was ramping up toward the EV revolution, Nissan envisioned an electric sports car. It would have hit 60 mph in five seconds and traveled 150 miles on a charge.

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2005 Nissan Sport Concept

While the fact that the Sport never made it to production is a blow to the hot hatch community, there is no denying that these small cars don't do well in the USA.

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Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo

A car that never made it further than its video game origins, the Gran Turismo was designed by those who played the game of the same name. It looks surprisingly realistic.

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2015 Nissan Juke-R 2.0

More a prototype than a concept, four of these speedy crossovers were built, combining Juke and GT-R elements. It makes use of carbon fiber and a 600-hp engine for a 3-second 0-60 mph sprint.

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1993 Nissan AP-X Concept

Moving back in time now, the AP-X would have used a lightweight V6 with a high-performance CVT, providing performance without sacrificing economy. Marcello Gandini designed the looks.

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1985 Nissan MID 4 (Type I) Concept

Originally designed to compete with the likes of Ferarri and Porsche, the MID 4 definitely seems inspired by the competition. It would have used a mid-mounted V6 and rear-biased AWD.

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