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    В 1974 году было объявлено о продаже 10 000 внедорожников Nissan Patrol за год. В конце 1970-х годов компания утвердилась на рынке внедорожных автомобилей. В 1981 году Nissan начал продвижение своих автомобилей по всему миру под маркой Nissan, что стало частью новой корпоративной стратегии компании. Затем в 80-х гг. Nissan создал две стратегические производственные базы за рубежом: в 1980 году - Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corp., USA в США и в 1984 - Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Limited в Великобритании. Первый пикап Datsun сошел с конвейера завода Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corp., USA в июне 1983 года, первый автомобиль Sentra (Sunny) - в марте 1985.

    Появился на рынке в 1966 году автомобиль Sunny возвестил наступление в Японии эры «собственного автомобиля», что явило собой огромную движущую силу на фоне быстрого роста рынка небольших машин. В 1966 году начала прослеживаться тенденция стойкого увеличения количества людей, обладающих достаточным временем для отдыха, чтобы наслаждаться ездой на личном автомобиле . Несмотря на то, что Nissan Bluebird оставался популярным семейным автомобилем , по цене он был недоступен для молодых служащих. В ответ на сложившуюся ситуацию Nissan разработал и выпустил на рынок Datsun Sunny 1000 с целью предоставления покупателям высокого качества по приемлемой цене. Будучи автомобилем компакт-класса (абсолютно новая в то время категория), Sunny стал наиболее популярным в процессе всеобщей автомобилизации Японии. Название машины абсолютно подходило его имиджу, который был определен как «полный солнечного сияния», «яркий, живой и молодой».

    Examples of post-war cars: 1946—1958 GAZ-M20 "Victory" is a Soviet passenger car, practically the first multi-series car in the world with a pontoon-type body. 1947-1958 Standard Vanguard is a mass-produced British car with a pontoon-type body. 1948-1971 Morris Minor is a typical post-war car that was sold all over the world. The 1953-1971 Chevrolet Bel Air and 1953-2002 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham were the first cars with a fin body. 1955-1976 Citroën DS — a popular car with an aerodynamic design and innovative technologies, took third place in the "Car of the Century" contest. 1959-2000 Mini — the most popular small innovative car, produced for four decades, took second place in the "Car of the Century" contest. 1961-1975 Jaguar E-Type is a classic sports car, rated by the Daily Telegraph as the most beautiful car of all time. 1963-1989 Porsche 911 is a popular sports car that took fifth place in the "Car of the Century" contest. 1964-n.ch. The Ford Mustang is an iconic model that has become one of the best-selling and most desirable cars of the era. 1966—the end of the 20th century Fiat 124 is an Italian car that was produced under license in many other countries, including the Soviet Union (VAZ-2101) 1967 NSU Ro 80 - the first attempt to make a mass-produced car with a rotary engine, which did not find widespread use; the basic wedge-shaped profile of this car was often copied in the following decades, unlike the Wenkel engine. 1969 Datsun 240Z — one of the first Japanese-made sports cars, became a hit in North America, gave the future to Japanese automobile industry. It was affordable, well-made, and successful both in the showroom and on the track. Since 1970, Range Rover is one of the representatives of expensive and popular SUVs. Since 1984, Renault Espace is the first single-volume car. 1989—1999 Pontiac Trans Sport is one of the first and brightest representatives of single-volume cars.

    Examples of post-war cars: 1946—1958 GAZ-M20 "Victory" is a Soviet passenger car, practically the first multi-series car in the world with a pontoon-type body. 1947-1958 Standard Vanguard is a mass-produced British car with a pontoon-type body. 1948-1971 Morris Minor is a typical post-war car that was sold all over the world. The 1953-1971 Chevrolet Bel Air and 1953-2002 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham were the first cars with a fin body. 1955-1976 Citroën DS — a popular car with an aerodynamic design and innovative technologies, took third place in the "Car of the Century" contest. 1959-2000 Mini — the most popular small innovative car, produced for four decades, took second place in the "Car of the Century" contest. 1961-1975 Jaguar E-Type is a classic sports car, rated by the Daily Telegraph as the most beautiful car of all time. 1963-1989 Porsche 911 is a popular sports car that took fifth place in the "Car of the Century" contest. 1964-n.ch. The Ford Mustang is an iconic model that has become one of the best-selling and most desirable cars of the era. 1966—the end of the 20th century Fiat 124 is an Italian car that was produced under license in many other countries, including the Soviet Union (VAZ-2101) 1967 NSU Ro 80 - the first attempt to make a mass-produced car with a rotary engine, which did not find widespread use; the basic wedge-shaped profile of this car was often copied in the following decades, unlike the Wenkel engine. 1969 Datsun 240Z — one of the first Japanese-made sports cars, became a hit in North America, gave the future to Japanese automobile industry. It was affordable, well-made, and successful both in the showroom and on the track. Since 1970, Range Rover is one of the representatives of expensive and popular SUVs. Since 1984, Renault Espace is the first single-volume car. 1989—1999 Pontiac Trans Sport is one of the first and brightest representatives of single-volume cars.