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We are more than a car company. We are an innovation company. We take the most innovative thinking in the industry and combine it with performance, value, efficiency, safety, and style. The result: cars that thrill you, every time you get behind the wheel. Innovation that excites ™ .

NISSAN LEAF ® : 100% Electric.

In 2010, we introduced the Nissan LEAF ® —the world’s first mass-produced 100% electric, zero emission automobile. The featured vehicle broke the East Coast Timing Associates electric vehicle land speed record for the 111/ES category at 103 mph

Built to thrill

2010 also saw the introduction of the Nissan JUKE into our lineup. Today, the JUKE continues to give consumers a unique, stylish, and turbocharged alternative to the everyday crossover.

NISSAN 370Z ®

In 2009, Nissan introduced the 370Z the newest addition to the Z family. Featured a wider stance and increased horsepower. The current Z brings new life into the line up of Nissan vehicles. The featured vehicle is a special 40th Anniversary edition Z, with red leather interior, unique badging and paint.

Over the past decade

Nissan has nearly doubled the number of models offered and nearly doubled its sales. In 10 years, the diverse lineup has grown to include Nissan's first full-sized truck, all-new hybrid technology and a 21st-Century supercar. And this is only the beginning of what's to come.

The boxy yet stylish Nissan cube ® makes its North American debut with its non-traditional asymmetrical body.

  • Engine Type 6 cylinder twin turbo
  • Engine Displacement 3.8 liter
  • Engine Max. Power 495 hp
  • Transmission Type 6 speed dual clutch automatic

The GT-R brings back the legendary Skyline name to the U.S as a low cost supercar. With amazing acceleration, aggressive handling and bold styling, it has become an icon in the U.S. sports car market.

The featured car is number #524 and was used in the

Asian and European markets as a show vehicle at

Liquid Gunmetal paintjob.

NISSAN'S FIRST HYBRID

driving option for the first time ever, with the

introduction of the all-new Altima ® Hybrid.

The all-new Frontier ® was launched with the most powerful V6 in its class*. We also introduced a mid-sized Pathfinder ® with an added 3rd-row of seating, and the 2nd-generation Xterra ® made its debut.

The legendary Z returned to prominence in 2002 with the introduction of the widely acclaimed Nissan 350Z. Under the hood, a lively 3.5-liter V6 pumped out 287 horsepower, a number that would increase

In 2009, the 350Z was

powerful 370Z, the fastest

2003: Our first full-size truck, the Titan ® , debuted in 2003. Today, the V8-powered pickup is available with a King Cab or a Crew Cab.

NISSAN DEMONSTRATES

Retaining the Nissan heritage, while moving in new directions.

In 1999, we introduced the Frontier ® Crew Cab, the first compact truck with four full-sized doors. That same year, Frontier, Xterra ® , and Pathfinder ® were named the official vehicles of the Los Angeles County lifeguards, which gave the rugged vehicles plenty of screen time on the 90’s television phenomenon “Baywatch”.

1997: Nissan is named Best of the Best by the Environmental Protection Agency, and NMMC is lauded as the most productive plant in North America in "The Harbour Report: for a fourth consecutive year since 1994.

COMPACT WITHOUT COMPROMISE

This was the year we introduced the world to the all-new 200SX ® and the 4th-generation Sentra.

1993 was a big year for Nissan, as we celebrated 10 years of manufacturing in the United States. That year, Altima was topping the list in new nameplate sales, and the one-millionth American-made Maxima was sold.

The two-millionth Nissan Sentra was sold in the United States in 1992, and the very first Altima rolled off the assembly line at our manufacturing facility in Smyrna, Tennessee.

Nissan receives its first environmental award from the EPA, and takes a big leap forward in green technology by lending its Alternative Fuel Vehicle to a California testing program and introducing the Future Electric Vehicle concept car.

1980-1989

In the '80s, the Nissan brand came into its own. We built our first Nissan truck in the United States, and the Infiniti line of luxury vehicles.

1989 was a year of milestones at Nissan. In that one year alone, we launched Infiniti, produced our one-millionth vehicle on American soil, and started the Summer Institute for Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Nissan driver Geoff Brabham wins his first of four consecutive IMSA Camel GTP Drivers Championships, a streak that includes breaking the American road record. Brabham’s IMSA GTP car was practically unbeatable that year, clocking a breathtaking top speed of 200 miles per hour.

FIRST SENTRA BUILT IN AMERICA

Hollywood legend Paul Newman raced the Newman/Sharp Trans-Am 300ZX ® to consecutive SCCA GT1 championships in 1985 and 1986, capturing Nissan's 50th national SCCA championship in the process. That same year, the first Nissan Sentra rolled off the line in Smyrna, Tennessee.

FIRST NISSAN TRUCK BUILT IN AMERICA

The worldwide marketing of vehicles using the Nissan badging begins with the production of the first Nissan truck at the new assembly plant in Smyrna, Tennessee.

Between 1982 and 1992, we collected an impressive 19 off-roading championship trophies. Our most radical off-roader — a sand-blasting 380-hp King Cab desert racer — competed in the HRDA/SCORE Class 1 Unlimited Vehicle series.

1980: Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corporation (NMMC) is established in Smyrna, Tennessee, to fulfill the growing demand for Nissan Vehicles.

PUSHING THE LIMITS.

The 70’s were a great decade for us. We sold our one-millionth Datsun and became the top vehicle importer in the United States.

In 1979, Nissan Design International (NDI) was established in La Jolla, California, with a mandate to bring American style and concepts to Nissan vehicles. Over the years, NDI has brought us the original Altima ® , the original Pathfinder ® , the modular Pulsar NX, today's Xterra ® , and the Gobi pickup concept.

Datsun B210GX ®

Renowned as Nissan’s best selling small sedan of the 1970’s. First Nissan car sold in the U.S. to achieve 50 miles per gallon on the highway. The featured car was a one owner vehicle prior to being added into the Nissan Heritage Collection.

We introduced the King Cab, the first extended cab pickup, in 1977.

The one-millionth Datsun vehicle is sold in America.

Datsun 510 ® the first 4 door sports sedan

Datsun introduces the 510—a family car with a racing heritage. It was a novel concept at the time: a good-looking, economical, fuel-efficient, five passenger car that was fun to drive. Over its lifetime, the 510 went on to sell more than 300,000 units, and its influence can still be seen in the Nissans of today.

Datsun 240Z ®

In 1970, Datsun introduced a new sports car to the market named the Z. It featured a fastback styled body based off of European styling and a focus on performance and price. Standard options like full instruments, carpet, radio, option a/c and reclining bucket seats at an affordable price made the Z an instant success in the U.S. market. The Z car featured was restored under the ZStore Restoration Project in 1996 and 1997.

It was one of 38 restored and was used by Nissan for brochures and marketing purposes.It has also had plenty of drive time as it is a very popular

and into magazines across the US.

Datsun 510 BRE #46

Peter Brock and Brock Racing Enterprises (BRE) built and raced the number 46 Datsun 510, which won the 1971 and 1972 SCCA Trans-Am championship driven by John Morton. The featured car is the actual winning 510, the only one left in all original colors and is in “as-raced” condition. With its success, this 510 began the rich racing heritage of Datsun’s and Nissan’s in the US and helped to bring brand recognition to a new comer in the emerging Japanese market.

Datsun 1200 Coupe ®

Featured seating for five and "fold-down" rear seats. Available in U.S. from 1970-73, in which 89,541 units were sold. Became Datsun’s best selling car of the time. The vehicle featured was used in the sales brochures for this model and served as the Service Field Technician training vehicle. The 1200 Coupe was responsible for three SCCA National Championships and still seen around the U.S. on racetracks or highways.

Annual sales eclipse 250,000 in the United States for the first time. Nissan also establishes itself on the track, as the now-legendary Datsun BRE 510 dominates on two continents, winning the SCAA Trans AM Championship, the American Rally Championship, and the treacherous East African Safari.

PERFORMANCE BECOMES

Toward the end of this decade of change, Nissan has built a strong reputation in both the American and the Japanese markets. The Datsun 2000 roadster, valued both for its style and performance, becomes synonymous with early Nissan design. Soon after, the Datsun "Z" changes the way people think of sports cars.

  • Engine Type 4 cylinder
  • Engine Displacement 1,600 cc
  • Engine Max. Power 96 hp
  • Transmission Type 4 speed manual

Debuted in1964-1965 and shared many mechanical features with the Datsun Bluebird. Eventually, evolved into the Fairlady Roadster. Designed to compete with British-built sports cars such as the MGB and Triumph TR6. Could be considered the beginning of Nissan's sports car legacy. 23,609 units were sold and this featured vehicle has been part of the Heritage Collection since it was new.

Nissan launches the first car styled for the U.S. market, the Datsun 510 sedan.

Nissan Patrol

Nissan's first SUV in the U.S., followed Land Rover’s trail and offered more power for less, but just as tough and utilitarian. The truck featured was restored by a former Nissan employee Bill Thomas, who discovered it on a farm in Nebraska. 2,216 units were sold through 1969, until imports were halted.

Datsun 411 4 Door Sedan

The 411 was Nissan’s first move up market . This model was more aesthetically pleasing to the American consumer as styling was completed by an Italian design house. The first Datsun vehicle in the American market to feature a fully automatic transmission.

The Datsun most-desired by collectors, the 2000 Roadster, is also the first Japanese production sports car to come with a 5 speed. That, plus its robust 150-hp engine, makes it extra fun to drive. Production is limited to 1,000 and the first ten are light-weight versions for racing. The 2000 Roadster wins ten SCCA National Championships between 1967 and 1987.

  • Engine Type 4 cylinder
  • Engine Displacement 1,200 cc
  • Engine Max. Power 60 hp
  • Transmission Type 4 speed manual floor shift

The first upgrade to the basic truck, with a 60 horsepower engine and our first 4 speed floor shift pickup truck. The featured vehicle was found in the Arizona desert and restored by Classic Datsun of Vista, CA

Datsun Fairlady 1200 Roadster

The first Datsun sports car imported to the U.S. The 1200 Roadster was built with steel bodywork. 288 units were produced through 1961. Nissan Heritage Collection has one of only 220 imported to the U.S.

Nissan Motor Corporation U.S.A. (NMC) is established in Gardena, California. That same year, the SPL 201—Datsun’s very first sports car—was introduced. The sleek 4-seat roadster featured a fold-down soft-top, a "4 on the floor" transmission, and a 48-hp engine (that would soon be replaced by a powerful 85-hp version).

NISSAN HAS DEMONSTRATED A

THE COMPANY'S FOUNDING IN 1933.

Not only are Datsun's the first mass-produced Japanese vehicles, their unique, automotive style makes a major impact on the U.S. market when Datsun sedans and compact pickups are first imported in the late '50s.

BUILDING A REPUTATION IN AMERICA

The first Datsun compact pickup is sold in America. Originally imported with a 37-hp 1000-cc engine, it was soon given a boost with a 48-hp 1200-cc engine. This quarter-ton pickup firmly established Datsun in the American market. 220 American servicemen purchased this truck and imported them back to the U.S. from Japan.

Datsun 1200 Sedan

First Datsun introduced into the US market in 1958 as the 1000 Sedan. Utilized same platform as the Datsun pickup truck. The 1000 sedan sold 146 units in the US from 1959-1961until replaced by the 1200 sedan which sold 1318 units. A part of the Heritage Collection since 1983.

Predecessor to the revolutionary Nissan GT-R®, the Skyline was introduced in 1957. The rear-wheel drive coupe has never been commercially available in America, but has always been a highly sought-after import. The modern GT-R was introduced to the world, and for sale in the United States, in 2009.

JAPAN'S FIRST

The Datsun Type 15 is the first mass-produced Japanese vehicle. Other Type 15 models include a mini pickup and delivery van. Featured vehicle discovered at the bottom of a pit. Was previously a static display, but is now under restoration.

Louise Linton Starred on Reality Show ‘Hopelessly Rich’ Before Bragging About Her and Mnuchin’s Fortune (Exclusive Video)

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s wife flaunted her wealth on a 2003 reality show years before she boasted about it online

If you were offended by Louise Linton’s boasts about her wealth on Instagram, brace yourself: Starring in a short-lived reality show called “Hopelessly Rich,” the future wife of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin playfully demanded a suitor buy her a six-carat diamond ring — and chartered a yacht to announce a breakup.

TheWrap has uncovered footage of the show (above) that suggests bragging is nothing new to Linton. She has drawn comparisons to Marie Antoinette for posts about her lavish lifestyle with Mnuchin.

“Hopelessly Rich,” which aired in July of 2003, featured Linton and love interest George William Randolph Hearst III, who claimed to be an heir to the Hearst fortune.

In clips from the show obtained exclusively by TheWrap, Linton is first seen taking Hearst with her to volunteer for a children’s charity. But things get more conspicuously consumptive after that.

When she and Hearst go to a bar, he asks how big her engagement ring should be. She uses hand gestures to answer: six carats.

“That’s my safety net,” she tells him. “So no one attempts to ask me to marry them,” adding, “as long as it’s a big fat diamond.”

“So six karats, we can lock the deal now?” he asks.

Her uncertainty about Hearst provides much of the drama of the show. And that skepticism may have been well-founded: According to the New York Daily News, VH1 dropped the show after Victoria Hearst, a real member of the publishing family, said the man on the show was an impostor. (Attempts by TheWrap to locate him for comment have been unsuccessful.)

The bar scene continues with Linton quipping that she doesn’t need Hearst because she’s “very happy” with her current boyfriend. She goes on to complain that “the only other thing you’ve given me is a bracelet, which you gave to me as ‘borrow.'”

“You know what George, I have my own castle too,” she tells him. “And I think I’ve said this before, I own mine.”

He responds: “You want a new car?… Let’s go to Harry Winston. You want some jewelry?”

He adds: “What do I need to prove to you?”

His pleas, judging from the show, were successful. Another scene shows her in a skimpy bikini as a voiceover refers to her as Louise Hay, her name at the time: “Meanwhile, multi-million-dollar beauty Louise Hay chartered a yacht for herself and a few close girlfriends to make a special hopelessly rich announcement.”

Holding a bottle of champagne, she tells her friends that she’s no longer with her boyfriend and that she’s going to give George a chance, even though she “still can’t trust George as far as I can pick him up and lob him.”

Next we get his response: “I saw her and I was just mind-boggled at the beauty that radiated before me. I mean she was just a natural beauty.”

He adds: “And it doesn’t hurt that her father has a big castle.”

On Monday, Linton tore into an Instagram follower who criticized her for flaunting her wealth. Linton, a Scottish-born actress who married former Hollywood producer Mnuchin in June, flew into a rant about how much taxes they pay and their self-sacrifice, after which she thanked the woman for her “passive-aggressive nasty comment.”

“I apologize for my post on social media yesterday as well as my response,” Linton said in a statement. “It was inappropriate and highly insensitive.”

Her publicist declined to comment. But a person with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap that Linton “does regret” her time on “Hopelessly Rich.”

“She didn’t know [George] was a fraud,” the insider said. “He was NOT her boyfriend. He was a friend. She was 21 and naive.”

According to an interview she gave to Herald Magazine in 2011, her family owns a 18th-cen­tury Melville Cas­tle, in Scotland, which it runs as a lux­ury ho­tel. Her IMDB page shows she’s appeared in and produced several low budget films.

In 2007 she appeared in an episode of “CSI: NY” — playing a woman dressed as Marie Antoinette.

Louise Linton's first big break came as the victim in a 2007 episode of the CBS procedural, playing a French tutor who gets guillotined while attending a charity costume party dressed as . Marie Antoinette.

She landed another small role in this Jesse Bradford horror movie about a cursed apartment building.

In an episode of the CBS procedural, Linton plays a female pilot in WWII in flashbacks (with Michael Learned playing the character in modern times).

This ABC "Hallmark Hall of Fame" movie stars John Corbett as a special-ed teacher.

Linton played a fashion columnist who jilts her cheating fiance at the altar and then embarks on a vengeful dating spree to out other cads.

Linton teamed with writer-director Travis Z to play shades-wearing Deputy Winston in a remake of the Eli Roth horror film.

Linton scored a rare starring role in Travis Z's thriller about a cellist under siege by a home invasion.

In 2016, Linton self-published a memoir about a "nightmare" year she spent in the African country of Zambia when she was 18 -- and quickly drew fire from critics who said she misrepresented violence in the country and portrayed herself as a "white savior." She later withdrew the book from circulation.

Linton nabbed another small role as an aspiring starlet in Warren Beatty's film about the chauffeur of reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes. It probably didn't hurt that one of the movie's producers was billionaire former banker Steven Mnuchin.

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