Nash-Healey was a two-seat sports car designed and developed by Nash Motors in partnership with British automaker Donald Healey. The car produced specifically for the American market from 1951 and 1954. The Nash-Healey was the first post World War II sports car and managed to beat the Chevrolet Corvette that was introduced in 1953. The car was also used to compete in several international racing circuits.
Nismo or Nissan Motorsport International Limited is the in-house tuning, motorsports, and performance division of Nissan. The company is known for their tuning kits and complete cars such as the 2010 Nismo 370Z and 2015 Nismo GT-R. Nismo has also participated in a number of international racing events since the 1960s.
Nissan is a Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer established since 1933. It is one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the world and sells it cars under Nissan, Infiniti, and Datsun brands. The company is also the largest manufacturer of electric vehicles in the world, with over 320,000 all-electric vehicles sold in 2018. The Nissan LEAF is the top selling all-electric car in the world.
Noble is a low-volume British sports car manufacturer established in 1999 by Lee Noble. The company produces high-performance sports car with a rear mid-engine, rear-wheel drive layout. Since its inception, the company has produced seven models so far which includes Noble M10 (1999–2000), Noble M12 (2000–2008), Noble M400, Noble M14, Noble M15, Noble M600, and the Noble M500 which they recently unveiled at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Novitec Russo is a well-known tuner of Ferrari cars. The company is part of a much larger Novitec tuning company which specializes in modifying cars from other Italian marques such as Alfa Romeo and Fiat. In 2007 Novitec also established another branch of the company which specializes on Maserati cars.
Neri & Bonacini was a small carrozzeria and mechanic shop based in Modena, Italy. It was founded by Giorgio Neri and Lucciano Bonacini and it was active from the late 1950s to 1967. The shop focused on developing and producing bodies for Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati road and race cars. Their best works include the Ferrari 250 GT-based Nembo spiders and the Lamborghini 400GT Monza. Neri and Bonacini also developed a car on their own which is the Neri and Bonacini Studio GT Due Litri.
Neuspeed is an American brand of aftermarket automotive parts based in California, USA. The company develops and produces high-quality aftermarket performance parts for different cars. Aside from that, the company has also modified a number of cars in the past such as Neuspeed Civic Si, Neuspeed Thunder Bunny, and Neuspeed A4 Touring Car.
Nickey Chevrolet was a Chevrolet automobile dealership located in Chicago, Illinois, USA. The company was established in 1925 and ran for many years until 1973. Nickey Chevrolet was considered to be one of the largest factory dealerships in the world during the 1950s. It specialized in modifying high-performance muscle cars such as Camaros and Corvettes.
Norman E. Timbs was a mechanical engineer most noted for designing and manufacturing the 1948 Norman E. Timbs Buick Streamliner. The Buick Streamliner was and still is one of the most desirable automobile designs in the world.
Nova Engineering is an Italian Italian full service engineering company which provides engineering and consultancy support for different sectors. The company has been involved involved in the design and development in full vehicle or subcomponent for both street car and race car markets with the 1991 Nova Engineering R91CK as one of their masterpieces.