1970 saw a restyling of the Bluebird, including another round gage dashboard, seats with headrests, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. the new children on the square were the N510 with a 1.4 liter L arrangement, and an awful new Super Sport display, the KH510 1800 Coupe including the new L18 motor. the 1800SSS Coupe didn’t keep going much sooner than being eliminated for the New 610 Series SSS.
The Datsun 510 was a progression of the Datsun Bluebird sold from 1968 to 1973, and offered outside the U.S. furthermore, Canada as the Datsun 1600. By G.D. Demand, the 510 has regularly been known as the “poor man’s BMW.” The 510’s designing was propelled by contemporary European vehicles, especially the 1966 BMW 1600-2, joining a SOHC motor, MacPherson strut suspension in front and free, semi-trailing arms in the back. The European-impacted sheet metal configuration is credited to Datsun in-house creator, Teruo Uchino. This reach got to be popular for Nissan’s energizing victories outside Japan and made ready for more noteworthy Nissan deals globally.
Datsun Bluebird 1800 SSS Coupe 1970 Design Interior Exterior