Can you believe we’re actually into Day 44 of the Movement Control Order (MCO) already? The outdoors are increasingly unfamiliar territory while we spend more time with LED lights than sunlight.

It’s no matter, there are more arts and crafts to go about and this time it’s by Nissan and I reckon it’s one of the coolest and most “balanced” of them all. Why?

Not only does it intrigue the new/next generation of car buyers/enthusiasts, with the Gran Turismo Concept for example, but it also appeases the enthusiasts, those who grew up side by side with Nissan’s arsenal of four-wheel weaponry such as the R32 GTR Skyline and the Datsun 240Z.

There are also outlines of the new Ariya Concept, the new more desirable Juke and the Leaf and Serena that’s available in Malaysia, to name a few.

Car manufacturers have been steadfast in keeping their presence felt throughout this Covid-19 madness. Not only have they mobilised resources to support healthcare workers with the production of essential protective equipment but they’ve also curated activities for those who’ve been stranded at home (you and I) to past time.

Toyota and Mazda curated paper crafts, while Audi, Volkswagen and BMW were responsible for some pretty interesting colouring books. As for the Nissans, you can get the higher resolution copy of the complete collection here.


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.