Details on the Nissan Titan XD SEMA project have been announced.
Making its debut tomorrow in Las Vegas at the 2015 SEMA Show, the custom Cummins-powered Baja-style support truck was built by SEMA members and is the first-ever modified Nissan Titan XD pickup. Five months ago, a 2016 Nissan Titan Pro-4X drew a record attendance for the SEMA “measuring session” ahead of being re-imagined in time for the 2015 SEMA Show. The build was done completely by SEMA members at the SEMA Garage.
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Giving the Nissan Titan XD an off-road look, Icon Vehicle Dynamics equipped it with a 2.5-inch stage 5 suspension system while KMC Wheels contributed with its XD Series Machete rollers paired to Toyo Tires Open Country M/T rubber. Fab Fours designed the Vengeance front and rear bumpers and Westin outfitted the Titan with its Thrasher Board running boards. Giving the Titan XD a more aggressive style are bolt-on style fender flares from EGR while T-Rex equips the front end with a Stealth X-Metal grill. Performance upgrades come in the form of a Banks Ram-Air cold air intake and a Magnaflow Pro Series exhaust. Baja Designs helps light up the way with an OnX6 20-inch LED light bar and Squadron Pro LED lighting while Warn came through with a Zeon 8-S recovery winch. Lastly, ARB equipped the Titan XD with a 37QT fridge/freezer combo.
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“It was an honor to have partnered with SEMA on this project, and we’re very excited how the first-ever industry-modified 2016 Nissan TITAN XD has turned out,” said Pierre Loing, vice president, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc. “The SEMA Show is a great opportunity to really dive deep into everything automotive and meet with the real industry trendsetters.”