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Nissan Motor Company Ltd usually shortened to Nissan is a Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer headquartered in Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Japan.
Since 1999, Nissan has been part of the RenaultNissan Alliance, a partnership between Nissan and French automaker Renault. As of 2013, Renault holds a 43.4% voting stake in Nissan, while Nissan holds a 15% non-voting stake in Renault. Carlos Ghosn serves as CEO of both companies.
Nissan Motor sells its cars under the Nissan, Infiniti, Datsun, and NISMO brands.
In 1911, The Kwaishinsha Motor Car Works was founded and in 1914, their first car, the DAT, was manufactured. The name stood as an acronym of the companys investors family names:
Kenjiro Den
Rokuro Aoyama
Meitaro Takuchi
In 1925 the company became DAT Motorcar Company and manufactured the Datson, literally meaning the son of DAT, shortly after.
In 1934 DAT Motors officially became Nissan Motor Company Ltd., but they were still producing the Datson models that were so well known. However, Nissan changed son to sun because in Japan son means loss but Japan has always been known as the land of the rising sun.

The Short history of Nissan Jidosha-Seizo Kabushiki-Kaisha ("Automobile Manufacturing Co., Ltd." in English) was established on December 26, 1933, taking over all the operations for manufacturing Datsuns from the automobile division of Tobata Casting Co., Ltd., and its company name was changed to Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. on June 1, 1934.
Crossovers
Juke, Xterra, PathFinder
UD Trucks Corporation is a Japanese company whose principal business is the manufacture and sales of light, medium and heavy duty diesel trucks, buses, bus chassis and special-purpose vehicles. The company is owned 100% by the Volvo Group since 2007. Formerly known as Nissan Diesel, the company changed its name to UD Trucks on February 1, 2010. Already before the name change, the UD name was prominently displayed to separate the identity from that of their former owner Nissan Motors.
1951 Nissan Patrol 4W60 Model
Nissan Q4W73 Cosi allM37, sempre della Dodge, erede legittimo, diversi importanti costruttori in tutto il mondo affiancarono veicoli analoghi, a partire dalla olandese DAF con il suo YA126, passando per la Svizzera con il MOWAG 4x4 per terminare con i Nissan Q4W73 ed i Toyota FQ15, nellestremo oriente.
1951 Nissan Carrier 4W70 Model
After the end of the Second World War the occupying forces, along with the Japanese government, faced the huge task of rebuilding the war ravaged country, as well as restarting the economy. The country needed trucks to help rebuild, and rather than simply import trucks for the task the decision was made to increase production in Japan's motor industry, which would supply the vehicles needed as well as provide jobs and stimulate the economy. Nissan were already building trucks of their own design, but there was a need to have trucks that could traverse rougher terrain, and Nissan's answer to that need was the Nissan Carrier, though the design was not all Nissan's handiwork. In the United States in 1950 the Dodge M37 four wheel drive truck went into production, which was to replace the Dodge WC series that was used during the war. The M37 was a troup carrier that was also to be used as a flat bed all-terrain truck. As part of the aid package to rebuild Japan, Nissan were given the rights to build a vehicle based on the Dodge M37. Nissan's version of the M37 was to be called the 4W70, and would be sold as the Nissan Carrier, though the Carrier name never appeared anywhere on the vehicle. Whilst the Carrier was definately based on the Dodge, it wasn't a complete copy. It utilised a chassis that was basically the same, but instead of using the Dodge mechanicals it instead used the running gear from the newly released 4W60 Nissan Patrol four wheel drive. The engine used was the 3670cc 6 cylinder NAK series Nissan engine, which developed 75hp, 3hp less than the Dodge T245 engine used in the M37. It also used the 4WD system from the Patrol.
1955 Nissan Patrol 4W61 Model The second version of the Patrol, the 4W61, went into production in August 1955.
1959 Nissan Patrol 4W65 Model
1960 Nissan Patrol 60 Series
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