Prototypes of the Nissan Frontier with light camouflage are being tested, which may indicate that the midsize pickup truck is receiving some upgrades.

Since the Frontier was last updated for the 2022 model year, it’s possible that the changes may be made as early as the 2025 model year, meaning a launch late this year or early next is likely.

Both of the prototypes—one that seems to be a lower-spec grade and the other that resembles the tough Pro-4X—appear to have different wheel patterns and grille designs. New designs are also suggested by the heavy camouflage gear on the front fascias.

The Frontier now has a modest 7.0-inch screen in the instrument cluster along with analog gauges, according to reports. The infotainment screen is likewise compact, with a base size of 8.0 inches and a 9.0 inch version available.

There won’t be any changes made to the Frontier’s conventional 3.8-liter V-6 engine, which has a 310 horsepower peak and is only connected to a 9-speed automatic transmission. 6,640 pounds may be towed.

There are known that Nissan is developing a one-ton pickup truck for the North American market. Though the exact date is unknown, it will be created in conjunction with Mitsubishi and constructed in Mexico. Although specifics are few, Nissan and Mitsubishi have both stated on their own that they are developing electric pickup trucks.

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