About the car
This car was manufactured by Nissan and was first introduced in late 1969 with a 1970’s model. This quickly became one of the most successful sport car lines and was designed by Yoshihiko Matsuo, the head of Nissan’s Sports Car Styling Studio, and his team. Production of the Fairlady Z discontinued in 1978.
The Z had a stylish two-seater Coupe body type, a 4/5 speed manual transmission, a 12v inline 6 engine, and rear-wheel drive. All of which equipped the car with modern engineering, sleek looks and outstanding performance, allowing Nissan’s image to be enhanced internationally.
This model, despite only being manufactured for nine years, was an impressive representative car for Nissan worldwide as its global sales were over 520,000 units, which is the best official amount for sports car of a singular model. It won big markets in the likes of Japan, North America, and many other locations. This car comes in a variety of colours this one specifically Pearl White.
About the Brand
Nissan is a Japanese Multinational vehicle manufacturer based in Nishi-Ku, Yokohama, Japan, founded in 1933, by Masujiro Hashimoto. Nissan’s focus is to provide innovative and unique automotive products and services to deliver distinguished values to all stakeholders. They are the leading Japanese brand across China, Mexico, and Russia and was the largest car manufacturer in North America in 2014.
About the Manufacturer
Kyosho is a model car company established in Tokyo, Japan. It was founded by Hisashi Suzuki in 1963. Kyosho produces a wide variety of detailed die-cast model cars and is also one of the original model remote-controlled (rc) makers in Japan. They can be easily recognised for quality, durability, and a wide variety of cost-effective products on offer.