Remember the modified Titan pickup Nissan built using crowd sourcing in its Facebook page? If not, it centered around rising support and awareness for the Wounded Warrior project by putting two Wounded Warrior alumni veterans in the Titan and sending them on a weeklong adventure through the Alaskan wilderness while a film crew followed closely behind.

Well, the time has come for Nissan to reveal the completed project.

This video teaser shows a few snippets from the video series set to release this Veterans Day happening November 11th. The series can be viewed though Hulu, XBOX Live, and the History2 Channel.

The truck itself features a host of upgrades including a lift kit, 35-inch-tall Nitto Trail Grappler tires, an ARB front bumper, A bed topper with roof rack, and a compact off-road camping trailer wrapped in the same desert camo as the Titan. A Lowrance GPS system and a pair of Wounded Warrior-stitched seat covers help dress up the interior. A small list of changes on the engine including a cold-air intake and a reprogrammed ECU make some extra power for tackling the challenging Alaskan terrain.

Nissan Project Titan

2014 Nissan "Project Titan" High Resolution Exterior
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Press Release

Nissan is paying special tribute to a pair of Wounded Warrior Project® Alumni and their fellow veterans with the launch of an adventure-packed short film this Veterans Day. The film captures the excitement of two veterans’ journey through Alaska behind the wheel of Nissan’s Project Titan. It will be launched digitally via Hulu, XBOX Live, and the History2 Channel. It will also be shared through Nissan’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube social media channels. Additionally, Wounded Warrior Project and their efforts will be honored alongside the Project Titan during the 16th Annual Houston Salutes American Heroes Veterans Day Parade in downtown Houston.

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