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Nissan's iconic Skyline sedan reaches the end of the road

SUVs and EVs take focus as model from Japan's heyday loses youthful appeal

The Skyline, which debuted in 1957, has the longest history among Nissan's current models and is arguably the company's most storied and fabled badge.    © EPA/Jiji

TOKYO -- Nissan Motor is pulling the plug on the development of its signature Skyline sedans after 64 years.

The Skyline was the first Nissan model to be made and is arguably the company's most iconic, although it is sold under the Infiniti brand in some overseas markets.

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