DETROIT – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. President and CEO Carlos Ghosn promises the world will see a production-ready version of the Skyline GT-R sports car – but not until October 2007 when it is unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show. Why such a long ways off? “Because we want an exceptional car,” Ghosn tells reporters at an interview here at the North American International Auto Show. “If we’re doing just another performance car, we don’t want it. It has to be something extremely successful.” A ...
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