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Nissan Frontier Sentinel Concept at Brazil Auto Show


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Nissan Press Release

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  • Powered by a 2.3 liter twin turbo diesel - 190 hp
  • Heavy Duty GT Radial 285/75 R16
  • Twin Nissan Leaf Battery packs - Enough Power to power an average size American home for 24hrs.
  • Equipped for deep jungle support - Gloves, lanterns, helmets, ropes, axes, hooks, toolbox, and more.
  • Drone take-off and landing from the top compartment cover.
  • Multiple electrical outlets on the both sides and back of the truck allowing support for a wide range of appliances in various power types.
  • Designed for heavy high water levels with snorkel and above windshield alert system.

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SÃO PAULO – Nissan today unveiled Frontier Sentinel, a concept pickup truck designed by Nissan Brazil's styling studio, at the 2018 São Paulo Motor Show. The concept is designed for rescue missions in all types of Brazilian terrain.

Frontier Sentinel integrates a host of innovative features, including two battery packs from the Nissan LEAF to deliver auxiliary power. The cargo bed has been adjusted to accommodate the battery packs and also features a set of drawers to store gloves, flashlights, helmets, ropes, axes, toolboxes and other equipment. The top part of the cargo bed has a deployable platform from which a drone can take off and land. A strengthened roll bar stretches across the sides of the cargo bed, which features more space to store rescue equipment and two power outlets.

The Brazilian hyacinth macaw, a parrot native to central and eastern South America, served as inspiration for the color: Thunder-Blue.

Frontier Sentinel also stands out for its snorkel, which lets it navigate deep-water crossings, and a special lighting system on top of the windshield. Inside, the truck has an Electric-Yellow dashboard and central console. Inspired by electric circuits, it's the same shade of yellow as on the seat trim and stitches.

Read more about the Nissan Frontier Sentinel on the Brazil newsroom here (in Portuguese.)


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