Nissan Rogue Warrior gets snow tracks… and 58cm of ground clearance
The Nissan Rogue Warrior concept has been revealed at the Montreal International Auto Show and sees the small SUV get a set of snow tracks…
THE NISSAN ROGUE share its platform with the X-Trail, and is the best selling Nissan in Canada. A one-off concept, the Nissan Rogue Warrior has been revealed with a full snow track system, measuring 76cm high, 122cm long, 38cm wide. It follows in the footsteps of the Nissan Juke Nismo Snow.
The Rogue Warrior was modified by Quebec-based Motorsports in Action (MIA), using the Dominator track system from American Track Truck. Besides the tracks, adjustments to suspension, and application of custom snow guards and minor body tunings to make room for the tracks, the Rogue remains stock.
According to Nissan, “Rogue Warrior has the ability to perform in a variety of environments, but is specifically designed to handle snowy conditions. It is capable of driving up to 100km/h, scaling a 45 degree grade in groomed snow, and has a ground clearance of 58cm”.