If you had attended the 21st Tokyo Motorshow back in 1975, you might well have walked away from the Nissan stand with a brochure like this. There was plenty to see that year, as not only was Nissan’s range of vehicles massive, they also had plenty of new technology to show off, like the new Nissan Anti Pollution System (NAPS). Among the stars that year were the advanced GR-1 experimental safety car and sporty, mid-engined AD-1 prototype. Slightly more outlandish was an experimental 230 Cedric… powered by steam! Check out the full brochure below, plus wallpaper sized cover and centre spread…

One thought on “Brochure: 21st Tokyo Motorshow 1975

  1. Showa GTO says:

    Very cool never seen this before. The first and second images would make a nice jigsaw puzzle. I often wonder if car making in Japan peaked in the mid 70’s.

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