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The Nissan Motor Corporation went through many changes before it became what it is today, the third largest car manufacturer of Japan. Operating under the name Datsun in its early years, the Nissan brand was introduced in the mid 30’s. Their primary market was little pickups and trucks for the simple reason that the use of passenger cars was not widespread in Japan at the time. This all changed when they proposed the little DAT car and Datsun car.
From this point on, Nissan made big progress, the Datsun type 15 even became the first mass-produced vehicle in Japan. The company started exporting cars and trucks in Australia but it was only a stepping stone to their entry in the American market. Their early success in the US market were supported by the use of the latest technological advancement and their design inspired by the Italian style. Like other Japanese manufacturers, Nissan was also favored in America during the oil crisis for their smaller high-quality economic models.
In 1999 Nissan entered an alliance with French car maker Renault, the joint venture is now known under the name Renault-Nissan B.V. This alliance proved very efficient for the brand and it completely revived its sales around the globe. Nissan effectively maintained their technological predispositions and as such, the company has become a pioneer of the electric and low-emission car market. The Nissan Leaf and its truck counterpart the Nissan e-NV200 are the figureheads of Nissan’s electric car offering.
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