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Datsun Roadster

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Datsun Roadster/Road Star/Coupe
Datsun Model 15 Roadster.jpg
Overview
ManufacturerNissan
Production1932-1941
AssemblyYokohama Plant, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama, Japan
Body and chassis
ClassSports car
Body style2-door roadster
2-door coupe
LayoutFR layout
Powertrain
Engine495 cc DAT I4 (1932-1934)
722 cc Type 7 I4 (1935-1941)
Chronology
PredecessorDatsun Type 12
SuccessorDatsun DC-3

The Datsun Roadster was a lightweight automobile produced by Nissan in the 1930s. The series was a predecessor to the Fairlady sports cars, and was an example of the earliest passenger cars produced in Japan. It shows some similarities to the Kurogane Type 95 four-wheel-drive roadster used by the Japanese Army during World War II.

Roadster

The first car to bear the Datsun name was the 1932 Type 11 Roadster. It was powered by a 495 cc straight-4 10 hp (7.5 kW) engine. The 1931 Type 11 had the same engine and was called a "Datson".

Road Star

The Roadster was replaced for 1935 by the Road Star. It used a 14 hp (10.4 kW) 722 cc engine, and a Coupe model was also available. The engine's output was pushed to 16 hp (12 kW) for 1937. Production ended with Japan's entry into World War II in 1941.

References

Datsun Roadster parts available at www.datsunroadster.com (Rallye Enterprises, Ltd.) Datsun Roadster parts available at www.datsunparts.com

  • "Datsun Road Star". see www.fairlady.org. Retrieved March 28, 2005.
  • "Datsun Fairlady". Early Datsun Homepage. Archived from the original on October 8, 1999. Retrieved September 18, 2016.
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