Japanese-branded cars led the market a few years ago. First they were dethroned by the Germans, then they went into a dangerous spiral as collateral damage from the island troubles. Last year, the Nipponese slowly clawed back their sales. After keeping a low profile for a while, Japanese automakers announced aggressive plans to retake lost market share. Today, Nissan’s head of its operations in China, President of Dongfeng Motor Co., Ltd. Jun Seki came to Yokohama to explain his plans to the Japanese media and CarNewsChina.com.
A very sunny day in Beijing, spring is coming but there ain’t many birds yet. Time so for Pink!, because pink attracts bird by the zillions. And Pink we have. This is a shiny pinky Nissan GT-R, seen in an underground car wash in the great city of Shanghai. The wrap is of top quality and neatly covers the bumpers and mirrors. Roof, front lip, side skirts and brilliant alloys are black for contrast.