Over the past few months, Nissan has been modifying a 2014 Titan Crew Cab PRO-4X for an Alaskan off-road adventure with the help of its Facebook fans, who voted on a selection of options for each major upgrade. It came out looking incredible, now we'll see how it holds up!
The truck will tow a Manley adventure trailer through a series of challenges and adventures at the hands of Wounded Warrior Project Alumni David Guzman (US Army) and Kevin McMahon (USMC, US Army). You'll be able to see what they get up to and watch the Titan get muddy in a YouTube series Nissan is producing this fall.
The upgrades Nissan's Facebook followers decided on:
- NISMO cold-air intake
- Borla cat-back exhaust
- 18" Fuel Revolver D525 wheels
- 35" Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tires
- ARB Deluxe bull bar
- ARE Camper Top
- Bulldog LED lights
- PRG 4" Long Travel suspension kit (air bags, control arms, sway bar ends, remote reservior coilovers)
- Front & rear air lockers
- Fridge, dry storage, slide-out cargo rack, shower
- "Recon" digital-camp wrap
You can follow the build on Nissan's Facebook page, or check out their build videos here if you want to get really jealous of guys who get to turn wrenches on sparkling clean, rust-free bolts:
Phase 3, Finishing Up
As the name suggests, the Wounded Warrior Project's mission is to raise awareness about the issues injured service member face, enlist the public to help their rehabilitation and transition out of military life, as well as providing social support and services for former soldiers and their families.