To mark the bold, ground-up redesign of its full-size pickup, Nissan is publishing a multi-chapter TITAN "Truckumentary" to highlight the design, planning and engineering of the next-generation Nissan TITAN pickup.
Hello, I'm Brent Hagan from Nissan North America's product planning team. I've been honored to be involved with the next-generation TITAN for the past several years and to work with such a dedicated group of Designers, Engineers, and Planners.
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To celebrate the reveal of the next-generation Titan, Nissan will be telling the story of its upcoming full-size pickup's development via a series of short videos under the "Nissan Titan Truckumentary" banner.
Rich Miller here, Director of Product Planning for trucks and SUVs at Nissan North America. I've been involved with Nissan's truck program since 1995 when I was first hired by the company's Arizona Technical Center to handle durability testing and Vehicle Evaluation and Quality.