Nissan was born 70 years ago as Datsun, a company that licensed design for the diminutive Austin 7. Two years later, it built its own design, the1935 Roadster. Jikoo pays homage to the Roadster, with its cycle fenders and a short, curvy tail that makes the car look like the old Panoz roadster. The car has a jump seat, or as Datsun called it, a Karakuri seat, and a combination of old and new design, including wooden floor boards and a navigation system using 400-year-old maps from the Edo Shogunate period. Virtually no chance of production, but it is a romantic sports car in true auto show fashion.