Nissan's entry for the 2022 SEMA show combines two of the company's models into one serious off-road machine. Starting with the Frontier light pickup, Nissan added the full-size Titan's 5.6-liter V8 along with its Nismo cold air intake and catback exhaust. Nissan didn't specify power numbers, but the stock motor makes 400 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque. Nissan raided the Titan parts bin for a wider suspension, using the lower control arms, spindles, wheel hubs, and rear axle from the larger truck. The Nismo Frontier rides on custom 18-inch Off Road Axis wheels with all-terrain tires. To cover the wider stance and larger wheels, Nissan crafted a carbon fiber hood, front and rear fenders, bed sides, and a bespoke heavy-duty steel front bumper. The new accessories will be available from Nissan, along with prototype parts due in the future.