Spied: 2016 Nissan Titan
Our spy photographers have just sent us the best images yet of Nissan's next-generation Titan pickup truck. The new Titan, which could be tagged as a 2016 model, will make its world premier at next month's Detroit auto show.
Although still covered in camouflage, this prototype truck reveals that the next Titian will sport a new grille with a frame design similar to that of the latest Murano crossover. The Titan's headlamps will be more complicated than before, with LED accents peeking out from the inside corners.Sensor are visible in the lower section of the Titan's bumper, indicating the next-generation full-size truck will come with a full suite of safety technology.Seen here in crew cab form, it looks as though the Titan's cabin will be a little more roomy for the 2016 model year. The rear doors of the truck apparel to be much larger than the unit's found on today's truck.The rear lights of the Titan look like they have been given Nissan's signature fish hook design, but we'll have to wait until the truck's official unveiling to know for sure.Outside of a 5.0L turbodiesel sourced from Cummins, the 2016 Titian's powertrain lineup remains a mystery. We've heard an entry-level V6 could join the fray, which would help the Titan compete at a lower price point. The current Titan's 5.6L gas V8 could carry over, but that mill would need some significant improvements on the fuel economy side. Right now the most fuel efficient version of the Titan can only muster 18mpg on the highway.Be sure to check back for more details on the all-new Nissan Titan next month.
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