DETROIT – Some styling cues from Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s Sport Concept, unveiled last year at the opening of its Farmington Hills, MI, design studio, may see the light of day, an official says. Carlos Tavares, executive vice president-product planning, says the auto maker was surprised by the “very positive” reaction to the sporty hatchback, also exhibited at last year’s New York auto show, but there currently are no plans to produce it. (See related story: Nissan Opens New $14 Million ...

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