Nissan launched 370Zki and Armada Snow Patrol at the 2018 Chicago auto show. The second-generation Nissan Armada is a re-engineered version of the international Y62 Patrol.


The Nissan 370Zki comes with American Track Truck front skis and Dominator Tracks rear tracks. The 370Zki presents raised ride-height that is the 30-inch high, by 15-inch wide and 48-inch long rear tracks. Front skis are 56-inches long and 12-inches wide, as well as the car offer three-inch wheel spacers for clearance.

Virtually the car packs the 332-hp, 270 lb-ft. 3.7L DOHC V-6, seven-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive. Nissan weighs about 4,000 pounds. The cosmetic modifications are light limited and wrapped by Icon Image Graphics body and yellow tint on the headlights.

Alongside the 370Zki, there the Nisan Armada Snow Patrol concept, powered by a 390-hp 5.6-liter V-8, comes with a three-row 4×4 with a Pro Comp three-inch lift kit. The Snow Patrol comes offers a two-inch front and one-inch rear suspension lift and mounted on 20 x 9-inch Cognito Series 61 wheels with a satin-black finish, grille-protector bar wrapped in 35-inch Pro Comp MT2 off-road tires.

It has a double-row DR36 LED light bar with flood- and spotlights, two 5-inch LED round spotlights in the grille, M1A running boards, and rock sliders. Inside, the Snow Patrol, the interior is designed with premium leather-wrapped seats that feature blue accents and embroidered “Armada Snow Patrol” logos.

Nissan launched 370Zki and Armada Snow Patrol at 2018 Chicago Auto Show and now it will open these two vehicles to the public on Feb. 10.