Sunday, September 29, 2019

Nissan to Start Displaying Classic and Heritage Cars at Global Headquarters


With over 300 cars sitting in its Zama Heritage Collection, there’s no shortage of classic or historical cars to display over at Nissan. Now, because getting to the Zama Heritage Collection can be quite a challenge for the regular tourist, Nissan’s made a prudent decision to add a permanent Heritage Zone to its more accessible global headquarters in Yokohama.


Coinciding with Nissan’s move from Tokyo to Yokohama in 2009, the new Heritage Zone at the Nissan Global Headquarters Gallery can accommodate up to 19 classic cars. Aside from the exhibit, the Heritage Zone will also be used to communicate the carmaker’s history through seldom seen footage projected on a 220-inch LED screen, a mini library filled with books and back issues of magazines, and a model car wall.

If you’re still up to the challenge, you can still visit the Zama Heritage Collection (directions here). Otherwise, if you find yourself near the Yokohama area, this new addition to the Nissan Gallery may make for a good detour (directions here).

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