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The car engine had a guarantee for 2 years of operation or 30,000 kilometers. The chassis did not require lubrication for 30,000 kilometers. The materials used for the manufacture of ball bearings repelled dirt and dust, which increased the durability of parts. For this, the car received the highest "Technical Award from the Society of Automobile Manufacturers". Subsequently, in February 1965, the Skyline 2000GT-B was released. Despite the fact that the model was positioned as a sports car, the Skyline 2000GT-B became a mass car, providing high sales volumes. Standard equipment included three Italian-made Weber-type carburetors with the best performance in the world. Even experienced drivers could not fail to appreciate the excellent performance of the car. The popular model Skyline S54B won the Rally in Japan and won all the tours without exception, beating all the most famous foreign sports car analogues.

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Seit Jahrzehnten bewegt sich die Produktion von Automobilen parallel zur Reifenindustrie. Der rasante Fortschritt in der Entwicklung neuer Technologien und Materialien hat es ermöglicht, Reifen mit unterschiedlichen Eigenschaften und Einsatzzwecken herzustellen. Eines dieser Merkmale von Autoreifen ist die Saisonabhängigkeit. Reifen werden in Sommer-, Winter- und Allwetterreifen eingeteilt. Winterreifen sind für den Betrieb bei niedrigen Temperaturen ausgelegt und bestehen daher aus einer flexiblen und weichen Gummimischung. Die Lauffläche solcher Reifen hat eine größere Anzahl von Lamellen (schmale Schlitze im Laufflächenmuster). Dank ihnen ist ein guter Grip mit der Straßenoberfläche gewährleistet, was besonders im Winter auf Schnee oder Eis wichtig ist.

In 1966, the Nissan Prince R380 took 3rd place in the Japanese Grand Prix rally, competing with the legendary Porsche 906. And in the same year, the Nissan Bluebird won its class in the XIV Safari Rally. For the first time, a Japanese car won. In 1967, the first Prince Royal limousine with a 6373 cm3 V8 engine was developed for the Japanese imperial family; the car was 6.155 mm long, 2.100 mm wide and 1.770 mm high. In January 1968, the company's headquarters moved to a new building in the Ginza district of Tokyo. In the same year, the new Fairlady 2000 was launched on the market, which helped Nissan gain immense popularity in the international market.