If you want your Navara to pack the whole pile, saving your power even more, you'll love Frontier Sentinel, which has just been revealed at the Sao Paulo Motor Show in Brazil.
Sentinel is a concept that was invented in Nissan's Brazil Design Studio, but it looks difficult, right? The idea was to create a vehicle equipped to perform rescue operations in the most difficult and remote area of Brazil.
To this end, the Sentinel arrives with a custom shelf-style shelf equipped with glove drawers, axes, ropes and a different rescue kit. This tiny "H" printed at the highest level is not the welcome of the smallest helicopters in the world, but rather the deployment of the drone, which can rise above the difficult terrain to notice needy help and lead a safe path to them. Fortunately, the drone is attached to the Sentinel.
The biggest change, however, is that Navara, ready for rescue, also uses double batteries that have been borrowed from the Nissan Leaf EV. They are stored in a custom tray, but they are not used to drive wheels. Instead, they have to provide auxiliary power regardless of whether the vehicle engine is running or not. There are two power outlets nearby for charging emergency equipment.
Elsewhere, the snorkel is adapted for deep water passages, and 16-inch feet are wrapped in heavy adventure tires.
This color, if you're wondering, was inspired by a Brazilian bird, hyacinth macaw, and Nissan calls it "Thunder-Blue." The cabin is cut in a bright yellow, inspired by electric circuits, creating a combination of exterior and interior color that is unlikely to get lost in the parking lot.
The Sentinel will probably only exist as a concept and was designed to launch Navara in Argentina this month.
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