Nissan unveils the fully redesigned Frontier

Nissan Frontier 2021

Big upgrades bring more gravitas to the midsize pickup with the design team drawing on the original Nissan Hardbody truck of the 1980s for inspiration

Nissan’s 2022 Frontier looks ready for business. With a more confident stance and bold design cues, the mid-sized pickup hopes to take on best-selling rivals in the US such as the Toyota Tacoma, Ford Ranger and Chevrolet Colorado.

“When we started thinking about the next Frontier, we knew the role of this midsized pickup vehicle has changed,” says Nissan senior vice president of global design Alfonso Albaisa. “Now it’s more about lifestyle, and redefining this was our opportunity to blend technology and adventure.

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