Nissan's two pickup trucks, the midsize Navara and the full-size Titan, have been around since the early 2000s (2004 and 2003, respectively), so saying that both are long overdue for replacement is an understatement. Well, it looks like that time has come, although we're not sure what model exactly is being replaced.
Nissan has just released a short video showcasing its pickup heritage for the past 80 years, starting with the Datsun Model 13, which was launched in April 1934, all the way to the Navara competing in a rally raid series. Nissan's all-new pickup is then shown still under a cover. We are, however, given an idea how the front fascia looks. Clearly evident are the headlights fitted with LED driving lights and Nissan's current V-motion grille.
According to Nissan, it will unveil the pickup on June 11, which is next week.
Check out Nissan's short video tribute to its pickup heritage below.
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