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Nissan Takes a Trip Down Memory Lane with “Titan Truckumentary”

Nissan Titan Truckumentary

We at Robbins Nissan have been hearing for some time that there is much to look forward to when it comes to our lineup of excellent pickup trucks. The latest models of both the Frontier and Titan are now available, the PRO-4X line continues to define off-road capability for Texas drivers, and some sleek concepts suggest that there might be changes on the horizon. We’e even enjoyed seeing Nissan get involved by giing back, by way of the amazing “Project Titan” and Wounded Warrior collaboration. Simply put, it’s a good time to be involved with Nissan trucks. For all the looking ahead, however, Nissan has chosen to draw on its rich history in recent weeks with the just-released Nissan Titan Truckumentary, which shows truck enthusiasts just how far our trucks have come in their 55 years of production. As seven below, the video introduces us to Brent Hagan, product planner for the next generation of Nissan’s Titan. As he attests, he’s between around trucks for his entire life, and enjoys how intricately Nissan’s lineup fits into the stories of so many drivers. And, for a guy who grew up just a stone’s throw from Nissan’s production plant in Tennessee, he’s certainly the right guy to guide a tour of Nissan’s truck heritage. The tour seven in the video below is amazing, beginning with the Datsun 1000 trucks (with only 37 horsepower!) extending to the Job1 that began Nissan’s production in America, and with amazing entries such as the 1967 Patrol and assorted racing trucks and the Sport Utility Truck concept, it’s clear that the desire to create a functional, driver-friendly truck has led to the trucks we now know and love.