Project Titan Heads to Alaska

When it comes to tackling the Alaskan wilderness, you need the ultimate adventure vehicle and that is what Nissan created in Project Titan – with the help of their Facebook fans. Nissan let its fans vote on 10 aspects of the truck, including the camo-inspired wrap, accessory LED lighting, a NISMO cold-air intake, and more.

Project Titan is officially completed and now two Wounded Warrior Project alumni are taking the well-equipped truck into the wilderness to see how much it can handle. Army veteran David Guzman will be joined by his friend Kevin McMahon, a 31-year military veteran.

“The robust Titan serves as a great starting point for an adventure of this magnitude. With the help of Nissan’s Facebook fan base, Project Titan is fully equipped for the Alaskan Frontier,” said Fred Diaz, senior vice president, Nissan Sales & Marketing and Operations U.S, in a statement. “I’m very much looking forward to following the Wounded Warrior Project team as they make their way through Alaska behind the wheel of Project Titan. This is the trip of a lifetime, and these veterans have all the essentials in this custom Nissan Titan to tackle many of the challenges the great wilderness will send their way throughout the journey.”

Nissan will post pictures and videos of their journey on the Nissan Trucks Facebook page. Did you participate in choosing the design for Project Titan? Head over to Bates Nissan and find a Nissan Titan for yourself to create your own adventure vehicle.

Project Titan from Nissan to Build Ultimate Off-Road Truck

On June 10th Nissan started a new project that allows Facebook fans to help build the newest ultimate pickup truck. Project Titan from Nissan lets fans choose custom modifications and designs that will in turn build a full-size off-road machine.

In order to be a part of the action, simply visit Facebook.com/NissanTrucks to vote on what you would prefer to see on an extreme Nissan Titan. On that site you can decide what kind of performance and design the truck will be.

“Once complete, Nissan will take the truck to Alaska, where WWP Alumni David Guzman and Kevin McMahon will embark on a multi-day trek that will put the veterans and the vehicle to the test,” said a Nissan news release. “Nissan will document their adventure and produce a YouTube series launching in September. Project Titan is Nissan’s second crowdsourced vehicle project, following the automaker’s Project 370Z performance build in 2012.”

Get to Project Titan from Nissan and help build the ultimate off-road truck! If that doesn’t interest you then why not come get a Nissan Titan of your own from us here at Bates Nissan. We can help you get your own ultimate off-road truck for your own adventures!