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Nissan has plans to drastically shake up the design of its next-generation Z-car.

There’s mention of diesel engines and a four-cylinder hybrid powertrain, which is sourced as part of its recent tie-up with Daimler.

As part of their deal, Renault-Nissan will supply three and four-cylinder petrol engines and electric technology to Daimler. In exchange, Renault-Nissan will receive four, six and eight-cylinder powerplants. Reports say that CEO Carlos Ghosn wants to install some of those units in the next Zed to make sure that the car meets the stricter emission standards

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