Nissan – Nissan Motors Guide

Nissan motors established in 1914, on the other hand Nissan Motor Company started in 1934 when Nissan came to Nissan motors. After that Nissan motors produced engines, building trucks and airplanes for Japanese military purposes and this vehicle manufacturing plant then moved to chine after the attack there. This plant continued to produce quality vehicles and various manufacturing parts until Chinese taken it up.

WW II Nissan:

In 1908 an American designer named Gorham; worked for DAT. DAT cars had several twists and turns in this period. Aikiwa planned to utilize modern technologies in his DAT cars and Gorham was the man who helped him to achieve this goal.

Nissan logo

For this course, new vehicles were produced with automobile and engine designs evolving from USA and further manufacturing tools from the Graham factory. Mitsubishi brought in these machines to Japan for Nissan and it helped to produce first Datsun before WW II.

After WWII Nissan proceed to manufacture Hino and then it planned to make a partnership with BMC. Later than this partnership, they started to build Austins. Although Austins worked well but was suspended because of Second World War. In 1960s, Nissan came together with Prime Motor Company and continued to develop luxury brands.

Nissan GTR

In the modern era, Nissan is also facing some difficulties same like other vehicle manufacturing companies. These days Nissan has started a new factory in South Africa and has planned to produce about 50, 0000 tractors per year.

Last year, Nissan initiated a partnership with GM but it was not regarded as successful and hence ended without satisfactory culmination.

Further Readings:

Share and Enjoy:
  • Print this article!
  • Digg
  • Sphinn
  • Facebook
  • Mixx
  • Google
  • Propeller
  • Reddit
  • StumbleUpon
  • Twitter
  • E-mail this story to a friend!
  • Fark
  • Furl
  • Live
  • Slashdot
  • SphereIt
  • Technorati

Related posts:

  1. KIA – KIA Motors Guide
  2. Opel – Opel Motors Guide
  3. Rolls Royce – Rolls Royce Motors Guide
  4. Mitsubishi – Mitsubishi Motors Guide
  5. Toyota – Toyota Motors Guide

Filed Under: Car Brands


RSSComments (0)

Trackback URL

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.