1938_NISSAN_Passenger_Car

1938 NISSAN Passenger Car: Until the introduction of corporate identity guidelines in 1981, two different car names (brand names) were used: small cars were called "Datsun" while large vehicles were named "Nissan". The first NISSAN model was made with equipment purchased from an American company, Graham Paige Motors Corp., so the size of the vehicle was comparable to the Fords and Chevrolet at that time. The first car came off the line in March 1937.
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    • 1200 x 1200
NISMO Festival 2014 was a roaring success with 35,000 fans at Fuji Speedway

NISMO Festival 2014 was a roaring success with 35,000 fans at Fuji Speedway

NISMO Festival 2014 was a roaring success with 35,000 fans at Fuji Speedway

NISMO Festival 2014 was a roaring success with 35,000 fans at Fuji Speedway

NISMO Festival 2014 was a roaring success with 35,000 fans at Fuji Speedway

NISMO Festival 2014 was a roaring success with 35,000 fans at Fuji Speedway

Nissan Legend Yutaka Katayama

Nissan Legend Yutaka Katayama

Nissan Legend Yutaka Katayama

Nissan Legend Yutaka Katayama

1969 Fairlady Z 432

1969 Fairlady Z 432

1971 Fairlady 240Z

1971 Fairlady 240Z

1972 Datsun 240Z

1972 Datsun 240Z

1972 Fairlady 240Z-G

1972 Fairlady 240Z-G

1973 Datsun 240Z

1973 Datsun 240Z

1973 Fairlady 240Z

1973 Fairlady 240Z

1977 Fairlady Z-L

1977 Fairlady Z-L

1977 Fairlady Z-T

1977 Fairlady Z-T

1978 Fairlady 280Z-L

1978 Fairlady 280Z-L

1981 Fairlady 280Z-T

1981 Fairlady 280Z-T

1983 Fairlady Z 300ZX

1983 Fairlady Z 300ZX

1985 Fairlady 200ZG

1985 Fairlady 200ZG

1989 Fairlady Z 300ZX

1989 Fairlady Z 300ZX

1992 Fairlady Z Convertible

1992 Fairlady Z Convertible

1992 Nissan 300ZX Twin-turbo 2-Seater T-Bar Roof

1992 Nissan 300ZX Twin-turbo 2-Seater T-Bar Roof

1998 Fairlady Z 300ZX

1998 Fairlady Z 300ZX

Tama Electric Vehicles (1947)

Tama Electric Vehicles (1947)

The Tama electric car replaceable battery

The Tama electric car replaceable battery

1985 Nissan EV Guide-II

1985 Nissan EV Guide-II