Today’s launch marks the debut of the first Nissan model in Vietnam to bear the Impul badge of renowned Japanese motorsports and specialist Nissan tuning expert, Impul Motor Racing Development.
“The Aerokit designed by Impul for Grand Livina is for Vietnamese customers who seek the flexibility of a 7-seater car in combination with a distinctive sporty appearance which exudes a visually dynamic yet sophisticated presence that denotes the trademark of Impul Motor Racing Development and it’s pedigree Japanese motorsports heritage,” said Choo Hong Chow, general director of Nissan Vietnam.
NVL is based in Hanoi and is a joint venture between Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (NML) Japan and Tan Chong Motor Holdings Berhad, which is an established investment holding company with the current principal activities including assembly and distribution of Nissan motor vehicles in Malaysia, Cambodia and Laos.
In December 2008, NVL began operations to import and distribute Nissan vehicles, parts and accessories, and in 2010 NVL commenced the local assembly of Nissan vehicles plus the development of a nationwide network of new dealerships in Vietnam.
Song Ngoc (vir.com.vn)