Nissan is officially an octogenarian, and the Japanese automaker celebrated its 80th anniversary paying homage to the iconic vehicles of the past the made Nissan’s success and longevity possible.
In honor of its 80th birthday, Nissan held a parade fill will more than a hundred Nissan and Datsun cars that stretched over the automaker’s stored history. The parade was held in Yokohama, Japan, at Nissan’s headquarters with the oldest vehicle in attendance being a 1935 Datsun 14 Phaeton.
“We are here today to celebrate 80 years since the establishment of Nissan, and we have gathered cars from all ages. These cars are a testament to the history of Nissan, and the source of much innovation and excitement over the years,” said Nissan Vice Chairman, Toshiyuki Shiga, in a press release.
“Today, I feel that it is necessary for us to keep making and offering Nissan cars that people will cherish for a long time.”
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