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Inspiration plays a key role in car design.Then along came Nissan, who decided someone had to do it right, choosing the eighth generation of its flagship Maxima model as the car on which it would bestow the personality of a fighter jet.Concept cars are notorious for being outrageous, and very rarely do any of those fantastic details make it to the production model.The car I drove last weekend looked absolutely glorious.Nissan may have just pulled it off, because there's so much more to this car than beautiful sheet metal.A great tragedy of the car industry is that although manufacturers design marvelous-looking cars, in most automobiles you don't get to see any of it, or relish the car's snesual curves, once you're sitting inside.Absolutely, considering this 1,583-kilogram car can go from zero to 100 kilometers per hour in just over 6 seconds.
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