Nissan is gaining popularity when it comes to its sports cars, but what about the pickup segment?
Well, the manufacturer has recently announced both good and bad news for pickup truck fans and enthusiasts.
For example, the V6-powered 2023 Frontier had its new model year price revealed not too long ago, and the Japanese automaker also announced more details about the cool Midnight Edition.
Additionally, Nissan's production facility in Canton, Mississippi recently celebrated a major milestone.
The factory has just produced five million vehicles since 2003, and the limit was reached with an example of the 2023 Frontier dressed in burgundy.
Unfortunately, the nameplate is also part of a recent recall that additionally involves the big brother Titan and the Rogue SUV due to an error in the infotainment system.
So perhaps Nissan should hurry up with the mid-life cycle update and push it faster than expected, especially when considering that the third-generation North American self-driving D41 is a relatively new design first unveiled. time for the 2022 model year.
And if it doesn't happen in the real world, don't worry, there's always a quick fix around the corner in the virtual automotive world.
The rendering of the 2024 Nissan Frontier Pro-4X
Digital automotive artist, Dimas Ramadhan, behind the Digimods DESIGN YouTube channel, has now taken on the task of revealing in CGI the new Nissan Frontier Pro-4X for model year 2024 or 2025.
As usual, the unofficial presentation starts with a quick front and back three-quarter point of view comparison between the old real-world version and the new virtual one.
It is easy to see that in this rendering, Nissan opted for a modern and even futuristic design at the front, perhaps in an attempt to stand out from the Toyota Tacoma, the best seller, but also from upcoming releases, such as the new Ford Ranger.
The rear, meanwhile, is a classic pickup affair, but not with the imagined facelift, however.