This is Nissan's first-ever single cab Titan.

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Single cab trucks offer a single row of seating, compared with the larger, two-row Crew Cab configuration.

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The only bed on offer is eight feet long, the longest of any Titan variant.

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Payload and towing ratings are higher than the Titan's crew-cab variants.

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The Titan Single Cab will be offered with a choice of two powerplants -- a 310-horspeower diesel V-8 and a 390-horsepower gasoline V-8.

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A V-6 is in the cards, as well, but it won't be present at launch.

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The single cab will focus on value, although it will be available in both XD and standard configurations.

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Only two trim levels are available -- the lower-end S and SV.

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That said, a number of options will be available for folks who want a smaller truck without it feeling like a penalty box.

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Nissan also plans to debut a massive King Cab configuration in the future.

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The Titan Single Cab debuts late this fall, but pricing has not yet been announced.

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