Built for just $40,000, the one-off was revealed at Overland Expo West.
Nissan's latest project vehicle is called Destination Frontier.
The off-roader will be displayed publicly at the Overland Expo West event in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Upgrades include a 3-inch lift kit, Nitto Trail Grappler off-road tires and extra skid plates.
In addition, the Nissan Frontier has upgrades like a Warn Industries winch, extra lighting and a fridge/freezer.
The Frontier also has a CVT Mt. Shasta tent atop its bed rack, allowing drivers to sleep while out on the trail.
Nissan says that all told, recreating this project truck would cost only $40,000 -- making entrance to overlanding a more affordable prospect for more enthusiasts.
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