Nissan Titan Warrior Concept 2016 Extreme Ferocious Design

Nissan Titan Warrior Concept 2016 Extreme Ferocious Design – After TITAN® XD 2016 comes with Cummins® 5.0L V8 Turbo Diesel that enhances the pickup class with extra-tasks. Now, TITAN Warrior Concept raises it again. With aggressive and fierce looks, uncompromising off-road components, and inspiration taken directly from Nissan‘s off-road racing heritage, TITAN Warrior Concept takes the production version of TITAN XD to be more extreme.

Nissan Titan Warrior Concept 2016 is a soldier with Exterior “Modern Armor”. The new design softens the new look of this “modern armor”. It has a hidden quality, like a robot and like a machine, sharp. The headlights have some threats to them, the fenders have been upgraded, and functional hood ventilation exists to cool Cummins Turbo Diesel. At the front of the Nissan Titan Warrior Concept 2016 has a solid skidplate integrated into the grille and in the rear, the quad-ended exhaust system is not so quietly announces that Warrior means business.

Nissan Titan Warrior Concept 2016 Extreme Ferocious Design

Premium Interior Nissan Titan Warrior Concept 2016 is built to handle serious off-road driving, without sacrificing style or comfort. The chairs are covered with high-carbon colored fabrics and trimmed with thick Orange Magma accents. Nissan Titan Warrior Concept 2016 interior material includes carbon fiber, polished chrome, and leather with contrast stitching, and a special steering wheel made from one aluminum block.

Nissan Titan Warrior Concept 2016 Extreme Ferocious Design

Nissan Titan Warrior Concept 2016 is an extreme adventure version of TITAN XD. It has an equally full ladder frame, Cummins® Turbo Diesel V8, and a heavy 6-speed Aisin transmission, but this one has a full custom off-road suspension. At the front of the Nissan Titan Warrior Concept 2016, there are special top and bottom control sleeves with performance ball connections and bolt rod extensions, and racing style shocks with special storage mounts. Behind him are custom shocks and reservoir mounts, extended prototype shafts, and special rocking bars.

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