Nissan Titan Warrior Concept is a Monster
Titan full-size pickup. This year, Nissan is rolling out the second generation of its Titan full-size pickup.(NAIAS) in Detroit. Now, Nissan unveiled the second generation of its
The Titan Warrior Concept is actually quite different from its production brother. The suspension is completely custom, and in conjunction with 37-inch-tall off-road tires, raises the body up 2.8 inches. To accommodate all that meaty rubber, the whole body’s been widened by 6 inches.
The production Titan’s proportions are already imposing, but the Warrior Concept cranks up the intimidation factor with heavily styled LED headlights and taillights, a carbon fiber spoiler atop the rear cab, LED off-road lights and integrated quad tailpipes.
The steering wheel is milled from a single billet of aluminum and the seats are sporting a heavy-duty fabric trimmed in orange.
The Warrior Concept got the same engine as the production version Titan XD — a 5.0-liter, turbocharged diesel eight-cylinder mated to a heavy-duty six-speed transmission. Nothing too exciting or noteworthy there.
Name comes from Project Titan, which sent two US military veterans on an Alaskan off-road adventure with a customized, first-generation Titan.
Nissan doesn’t have any plan to put into production which is a shame because I would love to see this monster on the roads.