What was once a Rogue built for the snow is now a Rogue built for the dirt, with a few changes to make the leap from one terrain to another.
This is NOT your average Rogue.
This is the Nissan Rogue Trail Warrior Project, a concept built to tackle the dirt.
The wheels are gone, and in their place are four off-road tracks, capable of tackling both sand and snow.
The tracks measure 4 feet long, more than 2 feet tall and more than 1 foot wide.
The suspension and wheel wells had to be modified to accommodate the tracks.
The Rogue Trail Warrior also features fender flares, tinted headlights, LED lights, a gear basket and a winch.
The whole car is wrapped in camouflage vinyl.
Underneath the exterior, it's a regular ol' Rogue with an I4 engine and a CVT.
The Nissan Rogue Trail Warrior Project will be on display at the New York International Auto Show.
You can't buy one, but you can buy a Rogue and slap one together yourself.
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