Based in Yokohama the Nissan Motor Corporation was founded in 1933.  Most cars were initially badged as Datsun up until the 1960’s.  Over decades a wide range of Nissans has been manufactured and from 1999 the company has been part of an alliance with Renault and Mitsubishi.  The company is now the world’s largest constructor of electric vehicles.

1947 Nissan Tama E4S-47. Model by Autocult
1959 Nissan Sports S 211. Model by Norev
1960 Nissan Cedric Model 30. Model by Ebbro
1964 Nissan Bluebird (410). Model by Ebbro
1965 Nissan Silvia CSP 311. Model by Kyosho
1970 Nissan Fairlady 240 ZG. Model by Kyosho
1972 Nissan Laurel SGX. Model by Ebbro
1972 Nissan Sunny 1200 GX Coupe. Model by Ebbro
1980 Nissan Skyline GT-EX. Model by Ebbro
1983 Nissan Gazelle. Model by Norev
1983 Nissan 300ZX. Model by Corgi
1984 Nissan Bluebird. Model by True Scale Miniatures
1984 Nissan 240 RS (Safari Rally)
1986 Nissan Leopard
1989 Nissan Skyline GT-R (Fast & Furious). Model by Greenlight Collectibles
1991 Nissan Figaro. Model by Norev
1994 Nissan Rasheen Type II. Model by Norev
1995 & 1996 Nissan Skyline GT-R. Models by Kyosho & Ebbro
1999 Nissan Skyline GT-R. Model by Del Prado
2000 Nissan New Primera. Model by J Collection
2003 Nissan Jikoo concept
2004 Nissan Terrano II. Model by Del Prado
2005 Nissan Fairlady Z33 Coupe. Model by Ebbro
2006 Nissan X-Trail. Model by J Collection
2006 Nissan Skyline Sedan. Model by J Collection
2008 Nissan GT-R. Model by Road Signature
2009 Nissan Cube. Model by J Collection
2009 Nissan Fairlady 370Z. Model by J Collection
2010 Nissan Leaf. Model by J Collection
2010 Nissan Juke. Model by Triple 9
2010 Nissan Micra. Model by J Collection
2010 Nissan Elgrand. Model by J Collection
2012 Nissan Sylphy. Model by J Collection
2013 Nissan Primastar
2014 Nissan GT-R. Model by Triple 9
2015 Nissan Pulsar. Model by Premium X
2017 Nissan GT-R. Model by Premium X
2017 Nissan Navara. Model by Premium X
2018 Nissan Leaf. Model by IXO