1960_Skyway

1960 Skyway: Fuji Precision Machinery (later the Prince Motor Co., Ltd.) launched the Skyline (ALSID) in April 1957. A van model was also available, called the Skyway; its 1,500cc engine was the same as the sedan, but it had a different rear suspension. Type 2 appeared in 1959, with maximum output increased by 10PS to 70PS.
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Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

Nissan JUKE NISMO Concept

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Nissan LEAF NISMO Concept

Nissan LEAF NISMO Concept

Nissan LEAF NISMO Concept

Pierre Loing

Pierre Loing

Pierre Loing

Pierre Loing

Pierre Loing, Vice President, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc.

Pierre Loing, Vice President, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc.

Pierre Loing, Vice President, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc.

Pierre Loing, Vice President, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc.

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Nissan Juke-R - Finishing touches - Still Image

Nissan Juke-R - Finishing touches - Still Image

Pierre Loing, Vice President, Product Planning

Pierre Loing, Vice President, Product Planning

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Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

Nissan NV350 Concept

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