Nissan has revealed a concept vehicle known as the Titan XD Project Basecamp at the 2017 Overland Expo West. It’s based on the 2017 Nissan Titan XD Pro-4X, with the intention of appealing to overlanders.
The Titan XD has been lifted by 76mm and has been given extra off-road ability with the addition of air springs and an air-leveling compressor. Project Basecamp rides on 17-inch KMC Beadlock wheels wrapped in 35-inch Nittro tyres. New bumpers, fender flares, rock rails, and a front winch further upgrade the truck for venturing beyond, well, anywhere.
The list of exterior modifications includes custom front and rear bumpers, fender flares and cab-length rock sliders and a front winch.
Nissan also kitted out the Titan XD overland vehicle with a roof rack and a fold-out roof-mounted tent, various storage racks, water and fuel canisters, a portable fridge, shovels, emergency kit from ARB and more. The truck also comes with a Patriot Camper X2 off-road trailer that can carry two-thirds of its weight on board, according to the manufacturer.
“We’re using the Project Basecamp to showcase the Titan XD Pro-4X model’s potential as the perfect platform for truck owners thinking of taking their adventures to the next level,” said Fred Diaz, head of Nissan North America’s trucks and light commercial vehicles division, in a statement.
The Titan XD Project Basecamp bakkie won’t be going into production, however most of the aftermarket accessories are available. Click here for the full parts list from Nissan.