2020 Nissan Titan: First Look

© Mike Meredith, Automotive Content Experience2020 Nissan Titan
Nissan unveiled the redesigned 2020 Titan full-size pickup at the epicenter of truck country — the site of the 2019 State Fair of Texas in Dallas, which runs from September 27 through October 20. With a bold new exterior design, interior upgrades, a powerful V8 engine and new advanced safety technology, the 2020 Titan will be offered in King Cab and Crew Cab variations and five trim levels: S, SV, PRO-4X, SL and Platinum Reserve.

© Mike Meredith, Automotive Content ExperienceTruck Country
“The annual State Fair of Texas is deep in the heart of truck country —with more than 2 million fairgoers attending each year. What better arena for the world debut of this powerful new 2020 TITAN,” said Tiago Castro, director of the North American Light Commercial Vehicles Business Unit of Nissan North America.

© Mike Meredith, Automotive Content ExperienceBold New Design
The 2020 Titan’s new exterior design features three unique grilles to differentiate between trim levels, new headlights, front bumper, fog lights, badges and new wheel designs. The bold grille designs are flanked by new headlights that have 120 percent more light output in low beam than the previous design, and incorporate new daytime running lights with four LED boards that are standard on the PRO-4X, SL and Platinum Reserve trims. At the rear, the 2020 Titan sports new LED taillights as well as black tailgate accents for the PRO-4X, and satin chrome touches for Platinum Reserve.

© Mike Meredith, Automotive Content ExperienceDesigned in California
A team at Nissan Design America in La Jolla, California, redesigned the large pickup. In fact, it is the same team responsible for designing both the original Titan and the current generation. The team emphasized a high-tech appearance for the large LED headlights, “double boomerang” LED daytime running lights and new LED lighting for the pickup bed.

© Mike Meredith, Automotive Content ExperienceInterior Updates
Inside, the 2020 Titan receives new attention to detail including the addition of premium finishes, a 7-inch information display in the instrument panel, a standard 8-inch center display, and an available Integrated Command Center high-resolution 9-inch touchscreen. Next-generation Nissan Connect allows over-the-air software updates, new safety and security features, HD Traffic and Google Places / Search. Enhanced connectivity includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and an internal Wi-Fi router allows rear-seat passengers to stream content; up to six devices can be connected. The Titan Crew Cab has an available dual panoramic moonroof.

© Mike Meredith, Automotive Content ExperienceInterior Details
Different seat materials, trim and accents are offered for each level, and interior storage has been improved including front and rear door storage capacity. Every 2020 Titan features Zero Gravity seats front and rear for more comfortable long-distance driving, and a new flexible smartphone holder / charging system gets added.

© Mike Meredith, Automotive Content ExperiencePowerful V8 Engine
The 2020 Nissan Titan sources power from a retuned 5.6-liter Endurance V8 engine that produces 400 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque, combined with a new 9-speed automatic transmission. Both 2- and 4-wheel-drive configurations are offered, and driver assistance features include hill descent control (PRO-4X only), hill start assist, an active brake limited-slip differential and an electronic locking rear differential.

© Mike Meredith, Automotive Content ExperienceSafety Technology
The 2020 Nissan Titan features Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies with Nissan Safety Shield 360 technology standard across all trim levels. Nissan Safety Shield 360 employs six advanced driver-assist systems: automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning, high-beam assist and rear automatic braking. Additional available technologies include intelligent forward collision warning, an intelligent around-view monitor, intelligent cruise control, intelligent driver alertness, traffic sign recognition and Nissan’s rear door alert.

© Mike Meredith, Automotive Content ExperienceOn-Sale Date
The 2020 Nissan Titan is scheduled to go on sale in early 2020.

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