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Nissan Engine History
- 1914 : The first Datsun is made.
- 1933 : Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. is started in Japan.
- 1937 : The Datsun Type 15 is the first mass-produced Japanese motor vehicle. Other Type 15 models consist of a mini-pickup and delivery van.
- 1958 : The first Datsun sedan appeared in the United States. The strong, heavy 1200 Sedan packs a 48-hp 1200-cc engine enclosed in thick body panels.
- 1969 : The first Datsun compact pickup is put up for sale in America. Originally bring in with a modest 37-hp 1000-cc engine, the advanced model features a 48-hp 1200-cc edition. This quarter-ton pickup firmly launched Datsun in the American market.
- 1960 : Nissan Motor Corporation U.S.A. (NMC) is started in Gardena, California. The model year witnesses the beginning of Datsun's initial sports car, the SPL 210. This high, narrow, 4-seat roadster features a fold down flexible top with side curtains, '4 on the floor,' and a 48-hp 1200-cc engine (soon replaced by an 85-hp edition).
- 1962 : Focused on American driving requirements, the Bluebird is the first Datsun with a full synchronized 3-speed transmission. It also sports classic two-tone paint, wide whitewalls and alternative bucket seats. Off the road, Nissan's first utility vehicle, The Patrol, compose its debut, with TV hero Roy Rogers as its spokesman. Pitched as the world's most powerful, most advanced 4-wheel drive, the Patrol's brawny 145-hp 4000-cc 6-cylinder engine build up sufficient torque 'to climb trees.'
- 1966 : The first Japanese-owned production facility in North America, Nissan Mexicana (NMEX) produced its first vehicle.
- 1967 : The Datsun most-desired by collectors, the 2000 Roadster, is also the first Japanese manufacturing sports car to appeared with a 5-speed. That, plus its robust 150-hp engine, makes it additional fun to drive. Production is limited to 1,000 and the first 10 are lightweight editions for racing. The 2000 Roadster comes first in 10 SCCA National Championships between 1967 and 1987.
- 1968 : Nissan introduces the first car styled for the U.S. market, the Datsun 510 sedan.
- 1969 : Datsun launches the 'Z' as a 1970 model. By offering European performance, plus creature comforts like roll-up windows and a heater all at a reasonable price. The 240Z becomes the best-selling sports auto in the world. The Corvette obtained nearly twenty-five years to sell 500,000 units; the Z does it in less than ten.
- 1971 : Yearly sales in the United States pass the quarter million mark. Nissan also creates itself on the racetrack: the BRE 510 comes first in the SCCA 2.5-liter Trans-Am Championship, claiming Nissan's first professional racing championship. It carries on taking over the series, winning 15 out of 21 events. Meanwhile, another 510 comes first in the East African Safari, while yet another successful in the American Rally Championship.
- 1972 : The civilian 510 launches a new model: a 4-door sports sedan. This good-looking, 5-passenger family car is fun to drive, economical, and sells over 300,000 sedans and wagons. As a effect, race-bred sportiness remains especially part of Nissan today.
- 1973 : The one-millionth Datsun motor vehicles are sold in America.
- 1975 : Datsun becomes the peak U.S. vehicle producer.
- 1977 : Nissan increase the thought of how much work a truck can do by established the King Cab, the first extensive cab pickup.
- 1979 : Nissan Design International (NDI) is established in La Jolla, California, to offered American concepts and style to Nissan motor vehicles.
- 1980 : Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corporation (NMMC) is recognized in Smyrna, Tennessee to complete the growing demand for Nissan cars.
- 1981 : Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation (NMAC), Nissan's financing division, is created in Torrance, California.
- 1983 : International marketing of vehicles using the Nissan name start on. Nissan Research and Development (NRD) is set up in Michigan.
- 1985 : Legendary Hollywood actor Paul Newman races the Newman/Sharp Trans-Am 300ZX to an SCCA GT1 championship.
- 1988 : Nissan driver Geoff Brabham comes first in the first of four consecutive IMSA Camel GTP Drivers Championships.
- 1989 : Nissan introduces the Infiniti line of luxury motor vehicles. NMMC generated its one-millionth vehicle. And Nissan commenced the Summer Institute for Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
- 1990 : Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) is started in Torrance, California, to supervise all Nissan actions in North America.
- 1991 : Nissan uncover a $490 million, 1.7 million-square-foot expansion of the Smyrna, Tennessee plant. It constructs an $80 million Research and Development Technical Center in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
- 1992 : As the Sentra exceeded two million sold in the U.S., the first Nissan mid-sized sedan formed in the U.S. The Altima rolls off the assembly line in Tennessee. Nissan comes first in the IMSA GTS Manufacturers Championship, with David Loring winning the IMSA GTU Drivers Championship in a Nissan 240SX, and Steve Millen winning the IMSA GTS Drivers Championship in a Nissan 300ZX.
- 1993 : Nissan celebrates its first 10 years of developing in the U.S. with power. Altima become the best-selling latest nameplate in the United States, while the Maxima exceeded one million sold.
- 1995 : Nissan launches the all-new 200SX and fourth generation Sentra, both assembled in the award-winning Smyrna, Tennessee plant. Nissan was make out as Most Distinguished Partner by the Los Angeles Urban League.
- 1996 : After more than 26 years, the Z car was stop working. Nissan provided as a corporate sponsor of the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, specifically the Official Import Vehicle of Choice for Truck, Sport Utility, and Minivan.
- 1997 : Nissan was named Best of the Best by the Environmental Protection Agency. Nissan accepted the Smithsonian Inaugural Corporate Leadership Award. The Nissan Foundation celebrates its fifth birthday. NMMC names the mainly creative automotive plant in North America by Harbour and Associates for fourth year.
- 1998 : Nissan Motor Corporation in U.S.A. (NMC) and Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) merged into one company Nissan North America, Inc., successful in December 31.
- 1999 : March 26, Nissan and Renault sign a worldwide partnership contract agree to both companies to take advantage of their respective strengths and expertise. The Xterra also launches a trend in 'no-nonsense' SUVs for outdoor enthusiasts. Frontier, Xterra, and Pathfinder are named authorized motor vehicles of the Los Angeles County lifeguards and become a hit on the TV series 'Baywatch.'
- 2000 :
- 2001 : Nissan Design International, headquartered in San Diego, Calif., is changed with Nissan Design America (NDA).
- 2002 : A logo of automotive soul, the legendary Nissan Z is reborn--better than ever. The first 8,000 Z's are pre-sold to customers who assign to buying without even a test drive. The Murano, an on-road adventure masterpiece is introduced. Steve Lambert changed Katsumi Ishii as president of Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation (NMAC).
- 2003 : Among the many accolades for the 350Z, Nissan is medal the 2003 Motor week Driver's Choice Award, and the Altima get the 2002 North American Car of the Year Award. Nissan's flagship Maxima is entirely new and reenergized, and the Sentra and Sentra SE-R receive a latest new fascia design. For a record tenth year in a row, Nissan's versatile VQ V6 engine has been named to the annual 'Ward's Ten greatest Engines' award list by Ward's Communications, Inc.
- 2004 : Nissan Korea, Ltd. is started in February. Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., declared record operating profits of $7.29 billion for fiscal year 2003.
- 2005 : Pathfinder and Frontier create their show car appearances at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Altima is introduced in February.
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