Nissan introduced the Ultimate Titan pickup teaser for national parksApril 23, 2019
The Japanese automaker has published a teaser for a special version of the Titan pickup. So far, there is no data on when the new product will be presented and when much more details will appear about it than it is now.
Yesterday there was an annual event dedicated to Earth Day. This is the day of the year when people celebrate the day of the planet on which we live, through various activities that are held to support environmental protection. Events in more than 190 countries of the world, take place on April 22 of each year. And one of these events this year is closely related to the automotive industry.
The press service of the Japanese brand Nissan has published a teaser for the new pickup, which was created in the framework of the Ultimate Titan project. These are special versions built for various services.
The automaker has already created a pickup for firefighters and doctors. The same car is designed for the US National Park. This is a one-of-a-kind car that will not be available from your local Nissan dealer.
The published teasers were accompanied by a brief description using the hashtag: “#CallingAllTITAN, to be TITANS outdoors!”. It seems that the modernized truck is equipped to patrol the park – just in case it has metal lockable vaults and compartments.
This is still an early test look at the new Ultimate Titan, and we expect to hear and see more details in the coming weeks. Nissan does not provide the exact date for the premiere of its exclusive new items. Note that in early March, Nissan Ultimate Work Titan was introduced, which was built in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity. The pickup got off-road capabilities, a mobile office inside and a hefty cargo platform, a place to carry stairs and lockable storage.
Not so long ago, we wrote that Nissan says that we must “keep faith” in the future GT-R.
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