Yoshihiko Matsuo Death Dead – Yoshihiko Matsuo Obituary: Cause of Death
Yoshihiko Matsuo was born on July 10, 1934 in Himeji, a city in the Hyogo Prefecture of Southern Japan. According to Japanese Nostalgic Car, he helped design the popular Daihatsu Midget while attending the the Nihon University College of Art, before graduating and going straight to work at Nissan. After his success at the company helping redesign the Bluebird 410 sedan, he was placed at the head of the company’s first modeling department, where the first Fairlady Z took shape.
Yoshihiko Matsuo, lead designer of the 240z, dies – he managed to create a classic, balancing aesthetics, performance and price, and contributed to a shift in perception of products "Made in Japan." https://t.co/N589vKXqsy
— Core77 (@core77) July 17, 2020
Yoshihiko Matsuo, lead designer of the iconic Datsun 240Z, died on July 11. He was 86 years old.
RIP Yoshihiko Matsuo, designer of the Nissan Fairlady Z and the Datsun 240Z.https://t.co/i7BBwzCcmP
— Reiji (@TurboReiji) July 16, 2020
Sad to hear that designer Yoshihiko Matsuo — the man who led the Nissan team that designed the Datsun 240Z — has died. https://t.co/w0rnhumAUK
— Form Trends (@formtrends) July 17, 2020
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