"Nissan: Passion and Beauty of Function" Exhibit at Hiratsuka Museum of Art

nissan_passion_and_beauty_of_function Nissan will soon sponsor an exhibit called “Car Design History – NISSAN Passion and Beauty of Function” at the Hiratsuka Museum of Art. The exhibit will follow the history of automotive design in Japan. Original sketches and clay models from Nissan’s past will be displayed, along with an studies in the evolution of the Bluebird, Fairlady and Skyline.

Six Nissan cars representing the landmarks of Nissan design will be on display.

  • 1955 Datsun 113
  • 1966 Sunny B10
  • 1968 Skyline C10
  • 1969 Fairlady Z S30
  • PIVO Concept
  • PIVO2 Concept

Shiro Nakamura, the chief of design who has led the company’s design team for that past decade and been responsible for everything from the 350Z to the GT-R, will speak on opening night, October 3. The exhibit will last 8 weeks until November 29.

Hours: 9:30 to 17:00
Admission: 800 yen
Website: http://www.city.hiratsuka.kanagawa.jp/art-muse/info6.htm


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