Welcome to SportsCars.Ninja. This website is about Japanese sports cars. As cars do, they all come in various shapes, sizes, and categories. Some of these cars featured on this website you are most likely already familiar with and some maybe you have never seen or heard of before. And this is what this website is about; to show you, the car enthusiasts what beautiful, and in many ways special cars which come from amazing Japan.
Here you can find all sorts of Japanese cars, from sports cars to concept cars, Honda, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru, Tommykaira, Toyota,… and even Kei cars! The best Japanese sports cars from various manufacturers are catalogued.
Throughout the 1960s, Honda was already the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer when the company turned their attention to cars in 1962. Today Honda has an immensely successful car operation with manufacturing plants in Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, New Zealand, Thailand, the UK and the USA as well as Japan.
Mazda’s first saloon car appeared in 1960 and since then the company has had a reputation for innovation and award-winning designs. It’s the only company to produce a rotary engined car and the one mostly responsible for re-inventing the roadster.
Mitsubishi is one of the largest and most successful automaker companies in the world. Its motor arm started building cars as early as 1917 and has been a highly successful, major car manufacturer ever since. It was also the first manufacturer in the world to use TCS traction control and electronic suspension amongst several other innovations.
Nissan is a major player in the automobile industry. The company has a large-scale production capacity producing cars in manufacturing plants in various locations around the world. Nissan cars have been always reflecting its international minded corporate culture.
The Subaru car company began their car manufacturing business with the tiny “Subaru360” mini car, and 8 years later, built its first compact car. Today, Subaru is distinguished by being the only car manufacturer to offer four-wheel drive on its entire range.
Starting out in 1967 as Tomita Auto, Tommykaira later established itself as a brand name. In 1988, the company succeeded by introducing Tommykaira M30, Japan’s first fully modified high-performance car. Ever since then, Tommykaira has continued production of these fantastic light-weight top of the line cars. In 1997 the company manufactured and marketed its original sports car, the ZZ.
Originally a successful textile manufacturer Toyota first started experimenting with car making in 1935 and the Toyota Motor Company was founded in 1936. It is now one of the biggest car manufacturers in the world.