The last piece in a long rollout of the Nissan Titan cab configurations looks to be ready for production if our spy shooters are correct. They've spotted an extended-cab half-ton Titan testing in the real world, which means we'll likely see it sometime next year. Here's what they've sent us:
"Nissan engineers are hard at work on an extended-cab variant of the Titan full-size pickup, as evidenced by this new prototype running the streets of Detroit.
"The all-new, second-generation Titan launched with the crew-cab light- [Titan] and heavy-duty [Titan XD] configurations, and after some delay, the single cab is just now going online at Nissan dealers. Now that it's clear that an extended-cab Titan is in the works, Nissan is on the verge of having a full range of cab options to properly do battle with Ram, Ford and GM full-size pickups.
"This prototype shows no signs of a rear exterior door handle, so it appears that Nissan is going the way of the Ford F-150, with a rear-hinged access door instead of the truncated front-hinged door favored by GM, Ram and Toyota. We'll have to wait and see how wide the smaller door opens."
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