Nissan put on the tracks Altima sedanJanuary 18, 2019
The car was built to the motor show in Montreal
Nissan unveiled a tracked version of the Altima sedan at the Montreal Motor Show. The car is built to promote the Canadian market all-wheel drive model modification.
The construction of tracked Altima took 250 hours, and most of the time was spent on a new body kit. The car received “bloated” wheel arches, which increase the width of four-door by 360 millimeters.
The size of each track is 1220 millimeters in length, 380 millimeters in width and 750 millimeters in height.
Also, the sedan was equipped with a modernized suspension, which was “raised” by 80 millimeters, which was necessary for the installation of tracks.
Earlier at the Tokyo Motor Show debuted a tracked version of the crossover Nissan Juke. Prior to this, the company tracked the Murano, Pathfinder and Rogue (X-Trail), as well as the Rover 370Z.
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