Nissan NP300 Navara EnGuard Concept

Nissan is describing the just-unveiled EnGuard Concept as “the ultimate all-terrain rescue pick-up”.

Based on the existing NP300 Navara Tekna Double Cab, identifying features comprise unique wheel arch extensions, side steps, body graphics and a roof-mounted moulding that houses an array of extra lights. Also fitted is a fully-adjustable off-road suspension set-up which raises the ride height by 50 mm (2”).

Nissan NP300 Navara Double Cab EnGuard Concept (2016) Front Side

Emergency kit includes a pair of portable 2 kW seven-module battery packs. Intended to take the place of petrol-powered generators, these are carried in special docking stations and they can be recharged via the Navara's alternator. What's more, a pair of large built-in drawers can carry additional pieces of equipment.

A concealed pop-up screen in the load-bed side completes the modifications. It's used to display images relayed from the EnGuard's DJI Phantom 4 drone, which can fly for up to half an hour at altitudes approaching 20,000 feet (around 6,000 metres).

Nissan NP300 Navara Double Cab EnGuard Concept (2016) SideNissan NP300 Navara Double Cab EnGuard Concept (2016) Rear 1

Nissan NP300 Navara Double Cab EnGuard Concept (2016) Rear 2Nissan NP300 Navara Double Cab EnGuard Concept (2016) Rear Side

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