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The madness of the day: a Nissan Rogue “Caterpillar” for Salon New York

Nissan Rogue Trail Warrior Project

A few hours that the New York Salon opens its doors, we know one of the cars that will be found at the Nissan stand. Nissan Rogue Trail Warrior Project called and, as you see in the pictures, it will not be the most effective car to run on asphalt, but out of it seems to be a real tank. Effectively; yours wheels have been replaced by chain in the style of “Caterpillar”.

This Nissan Rogue, as it is known in the American market to the Nissan X-Trail sold in the continent, has been created specifically for the show in New York, if you had doubts that Japanese brand would come to market something. The way carrying chains, pulleys and gears, has dimensions of 48 inches long, high 30 and 15 wide, who come to be 122, 46 and 38 centimeters respectively.

Nissan Rogue Trail Warrior Project

We remind you that it is not the first sample Caterpillar-style vehicle that Nissan teaches us. We saw a Nissan Rogue Warrior Concept with caterpillars for snow, and not that long ago. In addition to its new “contact with the floor elements”, the Nissan Rogue Trail Warrior Project receives a specific decoration for your body. This decoration consists of a finish of camouflage in grayscale for a soft brown colour on the front and the back. On the ceiling has been installed a baca with powerful LED lights auxiliary, there would be no detail that escaped in the night.

Meanwhile, the boost to this Nissan Rogue Trail Warrior Project is the Engine 2.5-litre 16-valve associated with an automatic transmission Xtronic. Fully series, develops a maximum power 170 HP, so climbing dunes, slopes and complicated out asphalt surfaces will not be a big problem for this authentic Monster.

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