Nissan Titan Warrior: Another Threat To The Jeep Wrangler?

Jun 21, 2017 01:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The Nissan Titan Warrior is definitely pushing boundaries. It may come more extreme and capable as compared to the Titan. It comes with technology that is state-of-the-art making it easily on top of its kind, hands down.

The  designers call its look a "modern armor." It boasts of some kind of robotic quality and machine-like appeal with sharp edges. The headlights do come looking devilish but in a good way. The fenders have been spruced up and the hood vents are purposely there to cool its Cummins Turbo Diesel.

Its interior is specially made to provide style and character when performing one of the roles — it is best-known for off-roading. The seats are made of high strength fabric and trimmed with Magma Orange accents. The surface materials include carbon fiber, polished chrome, and leather with contrasting stitching among many others.

The  is the result of future research. Such concept has been presented at the Detroit Auto Show. Nissan made it clear that it is not just a Titan as it comes with better functionalities that it can't do.

The Titan Warrior is not yet an official product so its specifications and other information are not yet available. It is, however, expected that it will not be entirely different from the concept truck presented.

One of the reasons the Titan Warrior concept is recently tagged the year "2018" is because it may come out and be introduced as an official product next year. Nissan is known to release a production vehicle a year later after presenting the concept, so this may also be the case for the Titan Warrior.

The  model might be released. Whether it goes as 2018 Nissan Titan Warrior or just plainly Nissan Titan Warrior until the official year is attached to it, it promises to be an able and intense off-roader altogether. Clearly, this may again be another competition to the Jeep Wrangler.

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