Nissan Rogue Warrior Tackles Ski Slopes With Snowmobile Tracks


To demonstrate what the brand’s all-wheel-drive lineup is capable of, Nissan pulled the covers off a specially modified Nissan Rogue.
Called the Nissan Rogue Warrior, the one-of-a-kind crossover takes a page out of rally driver and all-around Hoonigan Ken Block, who famously added a series of “snowmobile” tracks to his Ford F-150 Raptor. The Rogue Warrior wears 48-inch tall tracks on each of the four wheels, allowing the Rogue to decimate any snowy terrain with ease.

Nissan Rogue Warrior Concept Rear Three Quarter


The Rogue was converted by Quebec-based Motorsports in Action, who made changes to the suspension to accommodate the huge tracks. In addition, custom snow guards and slight body modifications prevent large-scale snow build up.

According to Nissan, the Rogue Warrior is able to reach speeds up to 62 mph, and scale a 45-degree grade.

Nissan Rogue Warrior Concept Dominator Tracks


As if launching a tracked Rogue wasn’t enough, the Rogue Warrior hit the ski slopes with Olivier Bedard, the 2015 Micra Cup champion behind the wheel. In a new video, Olivier acts as ski lift for a group of bored slope-goers, and drags the lot of them up to the top of the slope. When they arrive, he acts a tugboat and pulls them down the slope behind him as well.

Take a look at the insane Nissan Rogue Warrior tackle the slopes in the video below.