Nissan has partnered with the American Red Cross to create the “Ultimate Service Titan” pickup.
As part of their “Calling All Titans” promotional campaign, Nissan has made yet another uniquely customized Titan specifically for the American Red Cross. It’s called the “Ultimate Service Titan”, and it's basically a mobile command center for disaster relief operation.
What started life as a Nissan Titan XD Diesel Midnight Edition Crew Cab has been completely transformed into an incredible disaster response unit. To start, a B&S Customizing Lightweight Bed Box serves as the container for all the medical supplies and comforts that the Titan now brings to any area stricken by natural or manmade disaster.
Inside the new extended box are a desk, couch, solar power generator, built-in Wi-Fi hotspot, and a wrap-around awning. There’s also a bed with a first-aid kit so the Titan can serve as a first-response unit in addition to being a mobile command center.
A built-in SnoMaster refrigerator also allows the Titan to become a blood delivery vehicle, while a kitchenette with microwave, stove, sink, and another refrigerator also let it serve as a human refueling area for relief workers.
But the new humanitarian bed is only half the story. This Titan has also received some serious hardware, starting with a new ICON lift kit, complete with adjustable-height coil-over shock absorbers tuned specifically for the Ultimate Service Titan for better ride quality and ground clearance. A set of ICON Compression wheels and Nitto Ridge Grappler tires also allow the Titan to reach remote locations without the benefit of a road.
An Addictive Desert Designs Stealth Bumper is covered in LED lighting from Baja Designs to light up the night, and a WARN ZEON Platinum 12S winch even lets the Titan help with clearing rubble or lifting out stuck vehicles.
Under the hood is the Titan’s standard 5.0-L Cummins turbodiesel, routing 310 hp and 555 lb-ft of torque to a 6-speed automatic transmission. And for extended operations, a 75-gallon fuel tank keeps this truck well supplied.
Nissan will keep the Ultimate Service Titan on display at the Miami Auto Show from October 5th to the 13th before handing it over to the American Red Cross in South Florida where it will surely see some use this hurricane season.