The concept’s powertrain is from the Titan XD, so it’s not exactly new. However, as Autoblog points out, the new specs such as “new control arms, rear sway bar, and fitment of internal bypass reservoir shocks” are spliced into this vehicle. The car is also six inches wider than the Titan XD but has updated headlights and taillights – because what else matters the most when you’re in the middle of a dark, windy mountainous terrain somewhere in Europe or in Texas, right?
The off-road suspension is definitely a prized signature feature in this concept and its one that is likely to trickle down to the production model (just a guess).
Full details on the Nissan Titan Warrior Concept can be found here.