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Nissan Titan Warrior Concept

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Jan 12, 2016

Category: Rides

Nissan isn’t a company that’s known for their off-road vehicles. But because of their newly unveiled Nissan Titan Warrior concept, it’s likely that more people are going to open their eyes (and their wallets).

It’s slightly wider than the Titan XD for which it is based on — 6-inches wider, to be exact. It uses internal bypass reservoir shocks that have been custom-designed for long travel and a smooth ride on the road. It has longer prototype front axles, hydraulic bump stops, and full custom upper and lower control arms. It still has the Cummins 5.0-liter V8 turbo-diesel engine of the XD. The exterior is beefed up a bit with thicker fenders, and the custom headlights and taillights take a more angular approach than the stock XD. It’s finished off with a matte paint job using “Thunder” paint with orange “Magma” accents. There’s no word on whether or not it will actually go to market, but it’ll likely serve as an allusion to what we can expect from Nissan in the future.

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