• The U.S. Navy's flight demonstration squadron, better known as the Blue Angels, like to go faster than most people will ever go. The Blue Angels know every inch of their fighter jets, so they can make loops and rolls in the air like acrobats. It's why a group of product planners and designers from the global car company, Nissan, arranged to meet the Blue Angels at their hanger in Pensacola, Florida.
  • The U.S. Navy's flight demonstration squadron, better known as the Blue Angels, like to go faster than most people will ever go. The Blue Angels know every inch of their fighter jets, so they can make loops and rolls in the air like acrobats. It's why a group of product planners and designers from the global car company, Nissan, arranged to meet the Blue Angels at their hanger in Pensacola, Florida.
  • The U.S. Navy's flight demonstration squadron, better known as the Blue Angels, like to go faster than most people will ever go. The Blue Angels know every inch of their fighter jets, so they can make loops and rolls in the air like acrobats. It's why a group of product planners and designers from the global car company, Nissan, arranged to meet the Blue Angels at their hanger in Pensacola, Florida.
  • The U.S. Navy's flight demonstration squadron, better known as the Blue Angels, like to go faster than most people will ever go. The Blue Angels know every inch of their fighter jets, so they can make loops and rolls in the air like acrobats. It's why a group of product planners and designers from the global car company, Nissan, arranged to meet the Blue Angels at their hanger in Pensacola, Florida.
  • The U.S. Navy's flight demonstration squadron, better known as the Blue Angels, like to go faster than most people will ever go. The Blue Angels know every inch of their fighter jets, so they can make loops and rolls in the air like acrobats. It's why a group of product planners and designers from the global car company, Nissan, arranged to meet the Blue Angels at their hanger in Pensacola, Florida.
  • The U.S. Navy's flight demonstration squadron, better known as the Blue Angels, like to go faster than most people will ever go. The Blue Angels know every inch of their fighter jets, so they can make loops and rolls in the air like acrobats. It's why a group of product planners and designers from the global car company, Nissan, arranged to meet the Blue Angels at their hanger in Pensacola, Florida.


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    We've been hearing about automobiles being inspired by jets for decades. Saab even used it as a slogan for a number of years. But what exactly does it mean? Nissan recently paid a visit to the United States Navy Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Squadron training facility to get a feel for the fighter jets they fly as well as how the pilots interact with their machines.

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