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About Nissan

Nissan is one of the largest auto manufacturers in the world, featuring a wide range of vehicles that offer economy, durability, performance and style. Nissan features a wealth of automotive designs and packages that feature upgrades including larger engines, pin stripe, spoiler, wing, interior design and other advances to attract car buyers. For over a century, Nissan has been producing cars and trucks, making a name for themselves on the automotive scene. The origins of Nissan go back to the formation of the Kwaishinsha Motor Car Works in 1911. Their first model, the DAT, was released in 1914 as the First World War began. Over the next two decades, ownership of the automotive plant changed until the 1930s with it became “Datsun” and Nissan took the plant over.

Nissan was a very large conglomerate of 74 different firms with Datsun manufacturing the vehicles. In 1934, Nissan Motor Co. was formed out of this conglomerate and began producing all types of vehicles, trucks, aircraft and engines for the Japanese military. After World War 2 ended, Nissan began expanding their market around the world, introducing the Austin Stevens vehicles to clients in Britain and their Datsun line as well. The oil crisis of 1973 helped Nissan expand their line of economy cars to the US and Europe which in turn helped build manufacturing plants in the US and other countries as well. Today, Nissan is well established with auto plants around the world producing all types of vehicles, including many versions of the following cars; GT-R (GTR) R35, 350Z Z33, 370Z Z34.

Impact of Carbon Fiber on Nissan

One of the most noted advances in the automotive industry over the past decade is the introduction of Nissan Accessories and Parts in the carbon fiber auto technology. Carbon fiber automotive and aftermarket parts that feature twill weave are generally twice as strong as steel, yet weigh less than 1/4th as much. Carbon fiber is also more impact resistant as well. What follows are some of the carbon fiber parts available for Nissan and other types of vehicles; air Scoop Duct, Air Intake Box Scoop, Eye Lids & Eyebrows, Mirror Covers Shells, Interior Dash Panel, Interior Door Panel, Door Pillar Panels, Trunk Spoiler, Rear Spoiler, Rear Wing, Engine Bay Cover, Rear Bumper Diffuser, and many more. The style, power, quality and performance of Nissan vehicles is present in every type of car and truck that they produce. The future of Nissan looks quite promising as they expand their line of vehicles to meet the needs of consumers.