The current Nissan Titan is only available in two cab configurations: King Cab (extended cab) and Crew Cab. Both feature four doors but the King Cab's are reverse-hinged (opening almost 180-degrees) while the Crew Cab's doors open conventionally.
Light-duty extended cab door designs vary by manufacturer. The Toyota Tundra and Dodge Ram 1500 both feature forward-opening rear doors while the Titan, Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 feature reverse-opening back doors.
If you were designing the next-generation Nissan Titan, would you change the King Cab's doors so that they open conventionally or would you carry over the so-called "suicide-door" design of the current Titan? Let us know where you stand in the comments section below.
Oh yeah. Gull wing doors are not an option.