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India's Tata Nano has seemingly shown the world's remaining automakers that it's possible to build a small, inexpensive car for emerging markets that's still profitable. You can reportedly count Nissan among the car makers that are paying attention and the Japanese automaker has plans to launch a new small car platform in Thailand, India and China starting in March of 2010.

India's Tata Nano has seemingly shown the world's remaining automakers that it's possible to build a small, inexpensive car for emerging markets that's still profitable. You can reportedly count Nissan among the companies paying close attention and the Japanese automaker reportedly has plans to launch a new small car platform in Thailand, India and China starting in March of 2010.

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Nissan's presence at the Beijing Motor Show (or 2008 Auto China, if you're kicking it new school) will apparently be marked with the unveiling of the production version of the Intima sedan, originally shown in concept form at last year's Tokyo Motor Show. The teaser above lends credence to spy photos procured by Autoblog Chinese that showed the coupe-ish sedan partially uncovered on its way to or from a photo shoot. The Intima will be positioned as a new flagship model for Nissan in China, but s

The Nissan Intima concept that was unveiled during last year's Tokyo Motor Show looked very complete. Now we know why. Spy photos suggest that a production version of the Intima will make its world debut next month at the Beijing Motor Show. As you can see from the above photos, the covered car's side glass and taillamp design definitely seem to mimic those of the Intima show car. As part of the transformation, however, the production ride appears to have lost the smooth trunk-to-bumper transiti

Click the image above for over 20 high-res pics of the Nissan Intima.

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