Nissan's 'Project Titan' Returns Home from Remarkable 10-Day Alaskan Adventure


Crowd-sourced 2014 Nissan Titan and its Wounded Warrior Project Alumni
pilots are welcomed home at the State Fair of Texas


DALLAS — Sept. 26, 2014: Fresh off the trails of the rugged Alaskan terrain,
Nissan’s “Project Titan” makes its public debut tomorrow,
September 26, at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas. The one-off Nissan
Titan PRO-4X will be on display for fans through Sunday, October 19 inside
the Centennial Building located inside Gate 2. A detailed map and more
information can be found at Big Tex. Those unable to attend
the fair can find photos, videos and more from the Alaskan expedition at

“We’re proud and extremely excited to welcome home a pair of
our nation’s heroes from the trip of a lifetime”

INTERACTIVE INFOGRAPHIC: Visit to see every custom
modification on Project Titan.

Following a grueling 10-day adventure through the Last Frontier State,
the crowd-sourced, fully outfitted 2014 Nissan Titan PRO-4X proved an
excellent companion for its pilots, Wounded Warrior Project Alumni David
Guzman and Kevin McMahon. Guzman and McMahon were welcomed back to the
Lower 48 during the fair’s media day today.

“We’re proud and extremely excited to welcome home a pair of
our nation’s heroes from the trip of a lifetime,” said Phil
O’Connor, director and chief marketing manager, Nissan North America,
Inc. “Project Titan was made possible thanks to the tremendous effort
of so many people – including our dedicated Nissan Trucks Facebook
fans who helped put this beast together – and we can think of no
better place to celebrate this rewarding journey than in Texas, where
people truly love their trucks. We are proud to welcome home Wounded
Warrior Project Alumni David and Kevin and to give the public an
opportunity to check out the awesome Nissan Titan that took them on their

As was expected, the two veterans encountered harsh weather conditions,
difficult terrain and a multitude of obstacles throughout the expedition,
but the robust, specially equipped* Titan had the answer to every challenge
thrown their way.

“We were a little nervous coming into the trip because we really
had no idea what to expect out in the middle-of-nowhere Alaska,” said
Guzman. “But as soon as we got going, we felt right at home and never
doubted that Project Titan would be more than capable of performing
whatever we needed it to.”

McMahon echoed a similar sentiment.

“Project Titan was absolutely the perfect vehicle for this
incredible journey through the Alaskan countryside,” said McMahon.
“From towing ability to camping needs to the very best electronic
equipment, Project Titan had it all. David and I feel fortunate to have
been a part of this unbelievable adventure that we’ll remember for
the rest of our lives.”

Nissan documented the entire adventure on camera and a YouTube series is
set to launch later this fall. For a detailed look at the team’s
thrilling journey through the Last Frontier, visit the Nissan Trucks
Facebook page:

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