Nissan Diesel Space Dream

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Nissan Diesel Space Dream
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Overview
Manufacturer Nissan Diesel
Production 1983-1988
Body and chassis
Class Coach
Body style Double-decker bus
Powertrain
Engine RE10
Transmission 6-speed manual

The Nissan Diesel Space Dream (Kana: 日産ディーゼル・スペースドリーム) was a heavy-duty double-deck tourist coach produced by the Japanese manufacturer Nissan Diesel in the 1980s.

Space Dream (1983-1988)[edit]

The Space Dream was introduced at the 1983 Tokyo Motor Show, where it was fitted with a Fuji Heavy Industries body. The engine that was used in the Space Dream at this time was:

  • P-GA66T (1984) - RE10 engine

Jonckheere-bodied double-decker bus (1993-2000)[edit]

The Nissan Diesel second generation double-decker bus was introduced in 1993, with a new double-decker bus chassis, which was developed from Nissan Diesel Space Wing tri-axle, the new generation bus was fitted with Jonckheere Monaco body.

The engines that were used during this time were:

  • RG620VBN (1993) - RF10 engine
  • RG550VBN (1995) - RH8 engine

See also[edit]