TOKYO – With the 350Z slotted into the middle of its lineup, and the upcoming GT-R positioned near the top, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s chief product planner says the Nissan brand now is turning its attention to creating an entry-level sports car. “For me, the vision is having this kind of 3-pole (sports-car lineup): GT-R, Z and something else to address people in different life stages,” Carlos Tavares, executive vice president-product planning, tells Ward’s in an interview at the Tokyo Motor ...

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