• Oct 12th 2005 at 12:30PM
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Though we hope the Foria gets a green light for production, we're guessing the only place we'll get to drive this 2+2 sport coupe concept will be in the next version of Gran Turismo. Hopefully we're wrong, as the Foria looks to be the kind of coupe we get revved up over. The front-engine/RWD coupe seems to be Nissan's answer to the Mazda RX-8, though this car stands apart with higher-quality craftsmanship from better-grade materials, Four-wheel Active Steer and what Nissan would only refer to in its press release as a mid-sized engine. The interior is a mixture of saddle-like leather and metallic trim pieces that creates an old-world-meets-new-technology kind of feeling, like if you parked an Audi TT in a barn. The styling's debatable, but we dig the Foria's minimalist yet elegant approach.

Many more pics after the jump…

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