Nissan Rogue Trail Warrior concept is ready for anything in New York image

It is said that if you can survive New York City than you’re ready even for the Zombie apocalypse, but then again it could go smoother if you were to drive the one-off Rogue Trail Warrior.

We’ve seen the Rogue take part in the war between the Rebels and the Empire in a Galaxy far, far away, but we also saw the Rogue go hide and seek in the snow in rocky mountains… now we get to see it ready for anything, just in time for the New York Auto Show. The conventional wheels and tires, along with other unimportant tidbits are again gone and Nissan has opted for a set of Dominator Tracks. This makes the Rogue one of the most competent off-roaders out there (though arguably not the fastest as well). 48 inches (122 centimeters) long, 30 inches (76 cm) high, and 15 inches (38 cm) wide, the tracks were fitted by the engineers along with suspension and wheel well modifications to cater for the changes.

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For added visual appeal, the Rogue is also sporting a full camouflage body wrap matching the khaki tracks and some military-style yellow tint for the headlights and all windows. Nissan also fitted an extra set of LED lights onto the roof with a gear basket – which both should come in handy. In addition, in case someone else gets stuck, you can use the handy winch fitted at the front. No powertrain changes have been operated so the Trail Warrior keeps the four-cylinder 2.5-liter engine delivering 170 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque to all four… tracks, via the ubiquitous CVT.