The American division of Nissan for 40 years of its existence has created many iconic cars.
What iconic Nissan cars developed in America

In 1979, Nissan opened its first design center outside of Japan in California. Over the next 40 years, Nissan Design International, a San Diego-based studio, has contributed. To the development of approximately 20 concepts and 30 production models. At the occasion of the anniversary, permit’s recall the maximum iconic of these cars.

Moreover, the first development of the American design center was the legendary Nissan 300ZX sports car, which debuted in 1983. The stylish car quickly gained popularity in the US market. And in the first six years of production sold over 100,000 copies.

An even more iconic model for Nissan was the Pathfinder SUV, which appeared in 1986. First of all, the automobile turned into to be had most effective in a 3-door model. But 3 years later a five-door version appeared. Outside the US, this model was sold under the name Terrano. Having changed three generations, the Pathfinder frame SUV eventually turned into a faceless crossover.

Nissan Design International also played an important role in the development of the 1999 Nissan Xterra SUV. And the Frontier Crew Cab pickup (also known as Navara and NP300). The developers are proud to note that the latter was the first compact pickup with a four-door layout.

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Nissan Xterra

In 2002, the design center rename Nissan Design America, and the name change coincided with the release of the third-generation Altima sedan. In the end, the studio returned to sports cars, participating in the creation of such iconic models as the Z350 (2003), 370Z (2009), and even the current generation of the iconic GT-R (2009). however, within the case of the gt-r, the studio worked most effectively at an early stage of design development.
Nissan 350Z

Of the recent works of Nissan Design America, we note new versions of the Altima and the Titan pickup, and just the other day in Los Angeles, the new Sentra debuted.