- First time for unique heritage event in central Tokyo -

TOKYO (October 23, 2007) – Nissan will show the all-new GT-R for the first time in public at the 2007 Tokyo Concours D’Elegance, starting on Friday, October 26. Nissan is one of several sponsors of this unique first-time classic car event, being held at Tokyo Midtown. In addition to displaying the new Nissan GT-R, the company has also provided the rare 1962 Michelotti Skyline Sport and the exotic 1998 R390 GT1 road car from its heritage car collection.

The Nissan GT-R will make its media debut at the Tokyo Motor Show on Wednesday October 24, followed by display to the public when the show opens on the following Saturday. In addition to the Motor Show and Concours D’Elegance, GT-R fans will also be able to see the car on display at the company’s showrooms in Tokyo, Sapporo, Nagoya and Fukuoka.

The Tokyo Concours D’Elegance takes place at Tokyo Midtown across Friday and Saturday, and features over 40 different cars on display spanning 97 years. 33 cars will be entered for formal judging at the event. Nissan Chief Creative Officer and head of Design, Shiro Nakamura, will be one of several notable judges at this first concours event held in central Tokyo.