Meet the new Nissan Altima-te AWD: a beast of a vehicle with a heavy-duty track system to conquer snowy roads and harsh weather conditions. It is based on the 2019 Altima and was modified using the DOMINATOR track system. The tracks measure 48 inches long and 15 inches wide. As the company explains:
The most prominent exterior modification to Altima’s exterior is seen in the front and rear fenders that were flared out by 180 millimeters/7 inches on each side, to accommodate the DOMINATOR, track system, expanding the total body width by 360 millimeters/14 inches… In order to make the Altimate-AWD fully functional, the vehicle’s ride height required an increase. MIA designed and built the necessary components to raise the car by 80 millimeters/3 inches. To achieve this, the front and rear load-bearing chassis were dropped by 30 millimeters/1.18 inches and the suspension components were raised by 50 millimeters/1.96 inches. The suspension geometry was corrected to offset the deviation caused by the ride height change, and restore the proper kinematics.
Pretty neat, don’t you think? More info is available here.