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In its never-ending quest to outfit cars with tire replacements that can handle post-apocalyptic terrain, Nissan went and added snow tracks to one of its latest sedans.
Nissan on Thursday unveiled the Altimate AWD concept.
Aside from having a fun name, Nissan said the Altimate AWD concept was a fun way to show off the automaker's first-ever AWD application in the Altima sedan.
In Canada, where this will debut, AWD is standard.
To make tackling the snow a breeze, Nissan outfitted its concept with snow tracks instead of regular ol', you know, wheels.
The tracks are each 48 inches long and 30 inches tall, giving the Altima just a bit more height than usual.
There's also a 3-inch lift in there to ensure the tracks fit in the first place.
To make the tracks look good, Nissan gave the concept some wild 7-inch fender flares that help divert four rooster tails of snow away from the body.
Nissan called on Quebec's Motorsports in Action group to create a bespoke widebody kit that took about 150 hours to assemble.
Keep scrolling to check out even more pictures of Nissan's wild new concept.