Future & Concept – the Nissan Titan Warrior
In today’s world, the Nissan Titan already paves the way for heavy-duty pickups on the market. In the future, you won’t believe what the Titan Warrior has in store. As part of Nissan’s Future & Concept line of forthcoming models, the Titan Warrior sets itself apart from other heavy-duty pickups by not adhering to today’s design standards. In fact, it even goes as far as it can to push what’s possible with trucks, period. Take a look at the innovations of the Nissan Titan Warrior, here at Go Nissan South
Designed with Nissan’s off-road racing heritage, heavy-duty pickup prowess, and innovative technologies in mind, this truck isn’t called the ‘Warrior’ for nothing. What truly defines the Titan Warrior from its predecessor is its sleek, stealthy, and sheath-style exterior design. It incorporates a rugged fender, functional hood vents, and headlights sharper than the edges on its body. Just by looking at it, you can tell the Nissan Titan Warrior is built to battle any workload.
While the Titan Warrior takes on any road condition with fury and vigour, the interior leaves you breathless by its contrasting characteristics. Inside, you’ll find the Titan Warrior remains stylish and comfortable, enhancing an already unique driving experience. Its seats are made from high-strength carbon-coloured fabric, while the rest of the interior incorporates polished chrome accents, contrast-stitched leather, as well as a custom, aluminum-build steering wheel. Not only does the Titan Warrior look like the future, but it feels like it, too.
Much like the original, the Titan Warrior is a force to be reckoned with on any road. It has the same Cummins® Turbo Diesel V8 and heavy-duty 6-speed Aisin transmission for reliable, enhanced performance. But what really separates the Warrior is its completely custom off-road suspension capable of handling any terrain. Its custom upper and lower control arms, combined with performance ball joints and tie-rod extensions make maneuvering difficult, uneven surfaces a thing of the past.
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