Nissan Sport Sedan Concept Photo Gallery (20 photos)

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One of the most interesting concepts to show its face at this year's 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit is Nissan's Sport Sedan Concept. Painted in bright orange, this unique four-door sport sedan executes Nissan's new styling direction. Up front you’ll see the V-Motion look followed by a short roofline and sloped-back windshield.

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Wide fenders, interesting boomerang headlights, an all-glass roof and big, 21-inch wheels accompany the Sport Sedan Concept's futuristic appearance. Inside you'll find four diamond-stitched leather seats and a cool, intuitive multimedia system. Under the hood you'll find a surprisingly familiar Nissan powertrain: front-wheel drive, a continuously variable automatic transmission and a 300-plus-horsepower V-6.

Cars.com photos by Steven Pham.

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Infosaur

Wish they'd put these aggressive lines on the Sentra instead.

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