The Mountain Patrol concept is based on the standard 2018 Nissan Armada SUV.

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Social media fans were asked to provide input as to which aftermarket parts should be fitted to the model.

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Atop the roof is a four-person Mount Shasta tent from Cascadia Vehicle Tents.

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Around back you'll spot a steel bumper and a swing-out spare tire carrier.

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A Rhino Racks tray and an LED light bar provide even more utility for the SUV.

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The modified Armada rolls on 17-inch Icon Rebound wheels with Nitto Ridge Grappler tires.

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A 12,000-pound Warn winch and additional LED lighting add ruggedness up front.

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This pop-out awning and the roof-mounted tent make camping in the wilderness easier.

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Nissan is using the Armada Mountain Patrol as a way to demonstrate the SUV's off-road potential.

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Though it won't be sold from the factory, the Mountain Patrol concept will be displayed at outdoors events nationwide.

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