Last week, Nissan debuted the aggressive-looking Titan Warrior concept at the 2016 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit and now the Japanese automaker is considering it to become a production model.
In a report by Automotive News, Nissan truck and SUV product planning senior manager Rich Miller said that the Titan Warrior concept is “more than a design exercise,” hinting the model could go into production.
Miller goes on by saying that Nissan is “making a big commitment to the pickup segment with the new Titan, and we’re also looking at where else we might take it now.”
As a review, the Titan Warrior concept was based on the Titan XD which was first previewed during the 2015 NAIAS.
The Titan Warrior concept is fitted with 37-inch tires as well as a raised suspension. Ride height has also been increased from 1998mm to 2070mm while the pickup’s width increased from 2047mm to nearly 2200mm.
Source: Automotive News