Nissan Titan moves upmarket for 2020 redesign
The pickup's standard 5.6-liter V8 now delivers 400 horsepower.
Nissan has revealed the 2020 Titan, redesigning the pickup with fresh styling and adding more power.
The company describes the new Titan's exterior design language as a "Powerful Warrior," with three different grille designs and larger LED headlights with double-boomerang daytime running lights.
The new headlights are said to deliver 120 percent more light than the previous Titan's low beams, while the DRLs consist of four LED boards that put out 800 lumens each. New all-LED lighting has also been added to the bed, with four light sources for full-surround lighting.
The standard 5.6-liter V8 engine has been retuned for 400 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque, delivered via a new nine-speed transmission with a longer final gear ratio that shaves nearly a full second off the truck's 50 to 70 mph acceleration.
Inside, the modernized cockpit features an available Integrated Command Center with a nine-inch touchscreen display. Drivers also benefit from standard Safety Shield 360 driver-assistance and safety technology across the lineup.
The 2020 Titan will be available in four different trim levels, ranging from the off-road Pro-4X package to the luxurious upscale Platinum Reserve variant. Buyers can choose from King Cab and Crew Cab and 4x2 or 4x4 configurations.