Nissan Engine Museum Features Popular Engines from the Automaker’s 80 Years of History

Yokohama, Japan Nissan Engine PlantThe Nissan Engine Museum in Yokohama, Japan features some of the most incredible and historical engines ever made by the company. With 28 unique engines in all, this display has all of the highlights. It all starts with the very first engine made by the plant, the Type 7, a 722 cc 4-cylinder that was used in the Datsun 14 Roadster in 1935. Also included in this exhibit are the engines used in the iconic Skyline series. The S20 (a 2-liter, 6-cylinder DOHC engine that powered the 1969 Skyline 2000GT-R), the RB26DETT (a twin-turbo, 2.6-liter, 6-cylinder DOHC engine from the 1989 Skyline GT-R), the VG30DETT (a twin-turbo, 3.0-liter, 6-cylinder DOHC engine with variable valve timing featured in the 1989 Fairlady Z 300ZX), and many more are featured at the museum.

To see more details about this exciting display, check out the video below. Here at Nissan of Clinton we always appreciate Nissan’s engineering. Stop by today to check out our exciting vehicles like the 2013 Nissan 370Z with a 3.7-liter V6 engine that puts out 332 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque.

Nissan Engine Museum – Yokohama

Nissan Engine Museum is home to 80 years of the automaker’s top manufacturing, and designated an industrial heritage site. Enjoy this video tour of some highlights.

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