Just days after revealing the Titan Warrior, Nissan is putting another Warrior on the front lines. Unveiled at the Montreal International Auto Show, the Rogue Warrior braves the Canadian winter with a secret weapon: a full snow track system that turns it into a crossover snow machine. With warriors like these, Nissan’s army will be able to wage war on all types of ground.
The all-new Rogue Warrior is a different story, making its debut at the Montreal show, which seems the perfect venue for a crossover made for snow. Like the Juke RSnow, the Rogue Warrior stands on a set of Dominator tracks sourced from American Track Truck. Each track measures 30 x 48 x 15 in (H x L x W, 76 x 122 x 38 cm) and helps give the crossover 23 inches (58 cm) of ground clearance.
Nissan estimates a top speed of 62 mph (100 km/h) and says that the Rogue Warrior can scale a 45-degree grade. It’s clearly not as freeing as a traditional sit-atop snowmobile, but there’s certainly something to be said for frolicking through the snow from the comfort of a heated cabin.
That doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some Rogue Warrior action, though. Bédard turns the crossover into a makeshift ski lift in the video below.