Nissan X-Trail Crawler Concept teased for 2024 Tokyo Auto Salon

Nissan has plenty to show at the 2024 Tokyo Auto Salon. Aside from the Urvan-based Disaster Support Mobile Hub, the automaker has another tricked-out vehicle set for the annual auto show.

Set to make its public debut next year is the X-Trail Crawler Concept, and it looks badass. While we have yet to see the concept in its entirety, Nissan has already released a teaser image showcasing some of its modifications.

For starters, the vehicle has a taller ground clearance thanks to a modified suspension along with what looks like bigger wheels and tires. Speaking of tires, it seems the X-Trail Crawler Concept also comes with all-terrain (or mud-terrain) tires that will allow it to cover ground easily.

With an emphasis on rock crawling and overcoming rough terrain, the concept will also likely get wide fender flares, rock sliders, and modified bumpers with skid plates. In addition, the concept has a luggage area on the roof complete with auxiliary LED lights for added visibility anywhere.

Other details about the X-Trail Crawler Concept are not yet available. But given the go-anywhere capability of the soon-to-be-revealed vehicle, we're pretty excited to see what Nissan has created when the automaker shows it off next year.