There are more than 100 Nissan, Infiniti and Datsun vehicles from every corner of the world at the 2013 Nissan 360 media program, which is staged at the former Marine Corps Air Station in El Toro, California.
The Nissan restoration team's Masahiko Isobe explains the unique characteristics of the Tama electric vehicle, including the work of airplane engineers, which helped to pave the way for Nissan's lineup of zero-emission vehicles.
The Skyline 2000GT (S54) was launched two days before the second Japan Grand Prix in 1964. It was necessary to work round the clock to produce the 100-unit minimum required for GT approval in time for the race. The story of how the 2000GT had put up a brave fight against a Porsche soon spread around the country and the "Skyline legend" was born.
The name "Altima" originally referred to a trim line of the Nissan Laurel mid-size car sold in Central America and the Caribbean before 1992. In 1993, Nissan discontinued the Stanza line, replacing it with the U.S.-made Altima.
Called “The World’s Cruelest Rally”, Australia’s Mobilgas Trial in 1958 was an early test of automotive endurance, while becoming a key crossroad in Nissan’s history.
Marking a post-War return to r...
Almost 80 years of Nissan cars and racing vehicles are parked in a giant warehouse northwest of Yokohama, a heritage site marking the automaker's on- and off-road history.
Beginning with 1933's Datsun 12 Phaeton, some 400 autos of a...