Nissan has unveiled the Rogue Warrior concept at the Montreal International Auto Show.

Nissan has unveiled the Rogue Warrior concept at the Montreal International Auto Show.

Designed to tackle harsh winter conditions, the one-off model has been equipped with a Dominator snow track system from American Track Truck.  The tracks were installed by Quebec-based Motorsports in Action and measure 48 inches long, 30 inches tall, and 15 inches wide.

The crossover has also been equipped with a custom suspension, snow guards, and enlarged wheel wells.  However, the powertrain remains intact as the model has a stock Xtronic transmission and a standard all-wheel drive system.

Thanks to this setup, the Rogue Warrior has 23 inches of ground clearance and can climb a 45 degree grade in groomed snow.  The model can also hit speeds up to 100 kilometers per hour (62 miles per hour).

The Rogue Warrior will be driven by 2015 Micra Cup champion Olivier Bédard who remarked "I can honestly say I never expected to have so much fun behind the wheel of a crossover! The Rogue Warrior is an awesome beast of a machine - driving it makes you feel like you can conquer any challenge that comes in your path."


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