Nissan - "Ultraman Ginga" special edition electric cars

Nissan announced that they are going to implement a joint promotion activity with Tsuburaya Productions that is a Japanese famous special effect studio.

As part of the project, 2 special edition electric cars were made based on the Nissan Leaf and the Nissan e-NV200. They are going to appear on new Ultraman television series Ultraman Ginga produced by Tsuburaya Productions. The series starts on July 15.

 

 

Here is Ultraman Ginga !



Before Ultraman Ginga starts, you are able to witness the special edition cars in person at 2014 International Tokyo Toy Show. The massive toy show has just started today and it will take place until June 15.


You can read our International Tokyo Toy Show coverage of last year here.

 

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