Nissan Titan XD SEMA Project Detailed

Nissan Titan XD SEMA Project Detailed

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.”