Designed at Nissan Design America, Nissan Titan Warrior concept exudes power and performance over and above that displayed by the regular Titan model. Ride height has been scaled up 3 inches to stand at 81.5 inches as against 78.1 inches while a set of 37 inch off road tyres have also been added fitted to 18×9.5 inch wheels finished in dark matte. While wheelbase and overall length of the Titan Warrior have remained the same, width has been extended by 3 inches on either sides to offer better clearance to off road tyres.
At the Detroit Motor Show, Nissan Titan Warrior is seen in a custom matte gun metal shade called Thunder. It receives black and orange decals while it receives a machine like appearance with distinctive front grille, LED headlights and front and rear flared fenders. Special LED off road lights are fitted on the roof while functional hood vents offer easy cooling of engine.
Nissan Titan Warrior is powered by a 5.0 liter V8 Cummins turbodiesel engine mated to a 6 speed heavy duty Aisin automatic gearbox. Interiors are seen in carbon colored seats finished in orange while cabin gets materials of carbon fiber, polished chrome and leather.
The steering wheel is made of aluminum while Nissan has added a hot and cold drink container on the central console along with auxiliary toggle switches on central stack and gauges on instrument panel. The truck also gets an integrated trailer controller, trailer sway control and electronic locking rear differential along with a rear view camera and around view monitor.
There are no indications of when and if Nissan will take the Warrior into production or whether these features will be making their way onto the upcoming light duty Titan.