Nissan's Andy Palmer reflects on Goodwood and cars from yesteryear

(July 8, 2014) NASHVILLE, Tenn. – It's an annual favorite of car buffs, industry veterans and kids of all ages, but the just-ended four-day Goodwood Festival of Speed in England is also a chance to reflect on some of the cars of yesterday, today and tomorrow.

Nissan's Chief Planning Officer Andy Palmer took a few moments at Goodwood to reminisce about a few classic cars from his past, and describe what makes the event truly unique for spectators and the automotive industry.

In this video, the British native talks about the Rover Vitesse, the Austin Rover MG Metro 6R4 and the Mini, and his opinion what makes a classic car.