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One-of-a-kind G Coupe inspired by Cirque du Soleil commemorates Infiniti's 20th Anniversary
Inspire par le Cirque du SoleilMD, un coupe G unique souligne le 20e anniversaire d'Infiniti
1972 Datsun 510 Sedan
1976 Cherry FII Coupe (Competition car): The F10 was launched in September 1974. This particular vehicle was the highest grade model, a works car based on the GX Twin (with SU twin-carb engine). It was used in photo shoots for the "Yellow Cherry" ...
1975 Bluebird U 1600GL: The 610 (fourth-generation) was launched in August 1971, badged as the "Bluebird U". It was on sale for a while alongside the 510. Its distinguishing feature was its styling, with generous curves and well-rounded lines. Bot ...
1975 Laurel 2000GX:
1973 Cherry Coupe X-1: The Cherry debuted as Nissan?s first FF car in October 1970, with the same A10 and A12 engines as those in the Sunny. In November of the following year, a coupe was added to the lineup. The top-tier "X-1" model was powered b ...
1973 Fairlady 240Z: In November 1971, "240Z" with 2,400cc engine included in the Fairlady Z lineup in Japan. The top-of-the-line model, the 240ZG, featured a 190mm long nose, headlight covers and over-fenders as standard. This car is the test car ...
1973 Sunny Excellent Coupe: The second-generation Sunny, launched in January 1970, was significantly larger, with an overall length of 3,830mm (+30mm), an overall width of 1,495mm (+45mm), and a wheelbase of 2,300mm (+20mm). April of the following ...