Nissan IDx not happening, according to executive
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Enthusiasts around the world were excited when the small, rear-wheel drive Nissan IDx concepts made their debut at the 2013 Tokyo motor show, but its chances of entering production seem to be pretty much dead. Pierre Loing, Nissan North America's vice president in charge of product planning, spoke at length about the car's prospects to The Truth About Cars. He noted that it was "a show car that received good reception", but the jump from being a concept car to a production vehicle is a huge one. One that currently looks insurmountable from Nissan's position. According to Loing, the main problem for Nissan is what platform any production version of the IDx would use.