Official Media Newsroom
YOKOHAMA, Japan (July 25, 2013) - In Japan those recognized as master craftsmen are known as takumi. At Nissan's factory in Yokohama, only four takumi are sanctioned to put their name on the company's halo vehicle, the legendary GT-R. Izumi Shioya ...
After the war, oil was very scarce, but electricity was plentiful. For this reason, there was a period when the government promoted the manufacture of electric vehicles. With this encouragement, the "Tama" was introduced and earned a high reputati ...
YOKOHAMA, Japan (Feb. 25, 2013) - Nissan and NISMO will make a major announcement Monday, but ahead of further details, please enjoy this brief look back at decades of motorsports heritage and performance, including footage from the outback of Aus ...
The GT-R, reintroduced with the R32 (launched August 1989), made its debut at the opening race of the All Japan Championship in March 1990. In the four seasons running up to the last All Japan Championship held in1993, the GT-R achieved a spectacu ...
YOKOHAMA, Japan (Dec. 10, 2012) - For more than half a century motor racing has drawn crowds in Japan. But for motorsports fans one grand prix stands out - the 1964 meeting at Suzuka. It was the day the Skyline legend began.
The first class of Nissan Miss Fairladys.
Miss Fairladys and the Datsun Fairlady 1500 sports car.
Yuko Aoshima, Chief Miss Fairlady in the Tokyo and Yokohama district.
Training for Miss Fairlady include presentation skills and etiquette.
Yoriko Higano (right) and Atsuyo Higano (left), mother and daughter were Nissan Miss Fairlady some three decades apart.
Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura -- The team
Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura -- Filming the event
Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura -- The Datsun 210 (Fuji)
Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura -- Ready to hit the road