More than a concept vehicle, the Nissan Ultimate Parks Titan is a machine meant for real world rugged, extended period use. The Nissan Ultimate Parks Titan was donated to the Grand Canyon Conservancy in partnership with the National Park Foundation. The Ultimate Parks Titan is the final modified Titan donated to national nonprofit partners as part of the Calling All TITANs campaign.
Based on a 2019 Nissan Titan XD Gas PRO-4X, the Nissan Ultimate Parks Titan comes with the PRO-4X’s electrically locking rear differential. Powered by a 390 horsepower, 5.6-liter V8, the Nissan Ultimate Parks Titan makes 394 lbs-feet of torque. This powerplant is bolted to a seven-speed automatic transmission.
“Nissan is proud to support the outstanding work being performed, trail-by-trail, campsite-by-campsite, by partners like the National Park Foundation, Grand Canyon Conservancy and Arizona Conservation Corps,” said Tiago Castro, director, Light Commercial Vehicles, Nissan North America, Inc. “This custom-built TITAN XD 4×4 and trailer should help make their important work in remote areas of the park a little easier, safer and hopefully even a little more comfortable.”
Notable additions to the Nissan Ultimate Parks Titan include:
- CVT hard shell tent
- ICON 3-inch suspension lift kit and Hellwig Air Suspension.
- AMP Bed-Steps
- EGR fender flares cover 35-inch Nitto Trail Grappler tires mounted on Method 701 Trail Series wheels.
- fully boxed steel frame was extended to fit the CM Truck Beds custom service body.
- series of locking compartments, storage bins, equipment racks and tie-downs
- Rhino Rack Pioneer Tray
- 55-gallon fuel tank and RotopaX fuel cell
- Miller EnPak welder, air compressor and generator
- WARN Industries ZEON Platinum 12-S Winch
- Baja Designs worksite lighting and Addictive Desert Designs HoneyBadger front bumper
The Black Series Camper off-road trailer:
- CargoGlide bedslide
- Leitner Designs bed rack
- Rhino Rack Batwing awning
Nissan’s Ultimate Parks Titan will be on display at annual Overland Expo West in Flagstaff, Ariz. May 17–19th.