Nissan teams and drivers will collect on December two for the operating of some of the greatest automobiles in Nissan’s 60 years of worldwide motorsports history, as nicely as heritage models and the most recent NISMO road automobiles. The 21st annual fan appreciation occasion also provides the very first opportunity to see Nissan’s new Formula E automobile on a track in Japan, as nicely as an all-new, dynamic Nissan EV show.
The Formula E automobile represents the overall performance side of Nissan Intelligent Mobility, the company’s vision for altering how automobiles are powered, driven and integrated into society. The 100 per cent electric model will be shown just weeks prior to its debut race in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Takao Katagiri, CEO of NISMO and head of the NISMO road automobile company at Nissan, stated, “We don’t have a Formula E race yet in Japan, so we’re thrilled to show its exciting driving to Japanese fans at the NISMO Festival. This is a great opportunity for motorsports fans to observe firsthand how Nissan and NISMO’s engineers and drivers learn through racing how to build more passionate cars, featuring Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies that offer our customers excitement and convenience.”
To celebrate Nissan’s six decades of worldwide motorsports participation, beginning with the class victory at the Australian Rally in 1958, the festival will function much more than 50 automobiles that have competed globally and in Japan. Rally automobiles from the 1950s to the 1980s, prototype automobiles from the 1990s, present GT automobiles and the Formula E automobile will be on show.
This year’s occasion provides even closer access to the automobiles than in years previous and much more time for interaction with drivers.
Off the track, the festival will function autograph sessions and speak shows by legendary and present Nissan/NISMO drivers, children’s events and corporate and vendor retailing.
The timing is eight.30am to 4pm and the venue is Fuji International Speedway in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.
Information Source: Muscat Daily