2018 Nissan Titan King Cab Spied Ahead of Detroit Auto Show

Nissan’s new generation full-size pickup truck had been introduced almost a year ago, but this doesn’t mean that we have heard the last word from the carmaker. On the contrary, after the all-new XD, both diesel and gasoline, they are working on the 2018 Nissan Titan King Cab, which should be ready for the upcoming 2017 Detroit Motor Show.


A partly camouflaged prototype of the full-size pickup truck features almost the same exterior styling as the 2017 model. As a matter of fact, except the extended cab, there will be nothing else new. At least we don’t see it at the moment. The cab will definitely get a different bed, which will probably measure around 6 -foot 5-inches.

In addition, the 2018 Titan King Cab will very likely arrive coupled with the new V6 engine. We can’t say for sure which one unit will be, yet we place our bets on Frontier’s 4.0L VQ V-6 mill. Of course, the engine will come updated and boosted, and probably with direct fuel injection system. If not, then you can expect to see a 3.5-liter V6 engine.

In any case, the 2018 Nissan Titan Extended Cab will be introduced very soon, so we will found out what’s cooking in the coming months without any doubt.

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