Nissan “Project Titan” Expedition Truck Debuts at State Fair of Texas
Wounded Warrior Project Alumni Drove Truck Through Alaska
Fresh off a 10-day expedition, a specially outfitted Nissan Titan PRO-4X rolled into the State Fair of Texas for its public debut September 26. It will be on display at the fair through October 19.
“David and I were taking turns driving on different adventures and I could not get her stuck," said McMahon of Project Titan. The truck was outfitted with a 4-inch long-travel suspension lift, 35-inch Nitto Trail Grappler off-road tires, a front and rear winch, LED off-road lighting, and an all-terrain camp trailer, among several other modifications. The whole thing was covered in a “Recon Titan” wrap, a tan digital camouflage created in homage to the military vehicles that many veterans drove while serving the country.
"We were a little nervous coming into the trip because we really had no idea what to expect out in the middle-of-nowhere Alaska," said Guzman. "But as soon as we got going, we felt right at home and never doubted that Project Titan would be more than capable of performing whatever we needed it to."
A video team captured the entire Alaskan journey, and Nissan will be sharing the team's experience in a YouTube series later this fall.
The Wounded Warrior Project is recognizing its 10th anniversary this year. WWP’s purpose is to raise awareness of and enlist public aid for the needs of wounded post-9/11 veterans. Nissan partnered with WWP for Project Titan to help the group in its mission.