The Nissan NV200 will finally become the official taxi for New York City.
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Nissan's sports car future is at a crossroads, as fuel prices are skyrocketing, emissions laws are tightening, and sports cars are downsizing to stay relevant.
Recently, Nissan has shuffled its car, truck, and SUV lineup from plant to plant in North America to better streamline what each one makes and cut down on costs.
Let’s start with the fun part: Nissan Tech Center for Europe dropped a 478-horsepower, twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V-6 engine from the Nissan GT-R into a compact Nissan Juke body.