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.
Nissan's full-size Titan pickup will become the automaker's next crowd-sourced project vehicle. Nissan made the announcement today during a special media event at the 2014 Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show and Conference in Las Vegas.
Nissan is in the development phase of its next-generation Titan full-size pickup, and the automaker is talking to the people who know trucks well – people who can provide the latest insight into what truck buyers want.
Herding cattle, mending fences, hunting and fishing. These are the memories of summer for Nissan’s Rich Miller. A 10,000-acre ranch south of Boise, Idaho, was his playground. It was also the perfect spot to bring his colleagues who are working on bringing the next-generation Nissan Titan to market.
Lors du lancement du Nissan 360, une présentation exclusive de la gamme mondiale des produits et technologies Nissan, la société a annoncé qu'elle équipera sa prochaine camionnette pleine grandeur du moteur V8 turbo diesel Cummins récemment mis au point.