2020 Nissan Titan Facelift Spied With An Updated Interior

The Nissan Titan hasn’t changed much since the second-generation pickup was introduced at the North American International Auto Show in 2015. That’s about to change as spy photographers have caught a facelifted model undergoing testing in Michigan.

The heavily camouflaged front fascia does its best of hide styling details, but it appears the pickup with adopt a revised grille and restyled headlights. The lower front bumper appears to largely carryover, but we can some subtle revisions around the central air intake.

The rear of the Titan is also heavily camouflaged, but changes appear relatively minor. However, the images suggest the truck will have a new tailgate and revised taillights.

Bigger changes occur in the cabin as the 2020 Titan has been equipped with a new instrument cluster that features revised dials and a larger digital display. The truck also has a revised center stack that houses a larger and more modern infotainment system. On other side are restyled air vents, while new switchgear is located underneath.

The trim on the passenger side has been covered up, so that will likely be updated as well. There doesn’t appear to be any other major changes, but Nissan is updating the cabin to make it more competitive with newer pickups such as the Chevrolet Silverado, GMC Sierra and Ram 1500.

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The 5.6-liter V8 engine will likely carryover and continue to produce 390 hp (291 kW / 395 PS) and 394 lb-ft (533 Nm) of torque. It should be connected to a seven-speed automatic transmission which can be paired to an optional four-wheel drive system.

Nissan has previously confirmed plans for a V6 variant, but appears that could still be several years off. In late 2017, Nissan North America’s senior vice president of product planning suggested a new V6 engine would debut in the redesigned Frontier before appearing in the Titan.

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  • no25

    Looks very Ford-like (the new interior)
    Come on, Nissan, you can do better than copying Ford.

  • Jay

    im glad they’re updating it and not letting it age like the previous gen.

  • TheToadPrince..~~ToadSquad

    i personally think toyota and nissan need to give up the full size t4uck game…Ram GM and Ford own U…stick to ur mid size..

    • no25

      that’s the stupidest thing i’ve read all day. this is why children shouldn’t have access to the internet.

      • Liam Paul

        sales does not lie my friend, you may not like his comment but his comment does have merit, I can’t even remember the last time I have seen a titan on the road or tundra compared to the big 3 trucks, for every one tundra you might see, you see 5 to 10 of the big 3s trucks and the titan, I can’t even remember seeing one in months.

        • jaizzy

          Well being blind is a thing Liam. Some people want something different than that ugly thing they are calling a Silverado…and something faster.

  • FactChecker90803

    My nephew traded in his 2015 Tundra Platinum for a 2019 RAM 1500 Rebel 5.7L V8 Hybrid Crew Cab, says its the Best Damm Truck he’s ever had. Before the Tundra he had a 2010 Chevy Crew cab Silverado with a 5.3 V8.

  • Liam Paul

    wow that interior really looks underwhelming. It has a few modern touches like the vents but the rest looks like something you would expect from a early 2000s Chrysler model

    • jaizzy

      Crazy to think that what’s appealing about the titan is that it’s more rugged than its competitors. Some of us just want a full size truck. If I wanted a Cadillac I’d buy one. Not everyone wants a space machine you know and that’s why the Titan sells so well.

  • HaltestelleLuitpolthafen

    “Line the titan up against ANY of the same comparable competitors and the titan destroys them everytime.”

    100% false.

    All three have more powerful options, all three have more luxurious interiors, all three sell better, all three tow more.

    The Titan is a joke.

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