Nissan Patrol sets a new Guinness World Record for towing an aircraft: Watch Video

Patrol is the most active host of Nissan SUV range on any of the given terrain. But when the talks there going on of becoming the Big Daddy of Japanese SUV DNA, then is it possible for the Patrol to make this desire come true?

Well to an answer, the said SUV of Nissan had concluded the action to “yes” by pulling a 170.9 ton (155,038 kg) aircraft from its specially-made hitch.

The aircraft wad a cargo carrier and was towed 50 meters (164 feet) at the Sharjah International Airport in the United Arab Emirates.

Hopefully, Nissan Patrol is the only production car to tow such a heaviest air plane ever.

Nissan Patrol Guinness World Record
Don’t be drooling the Japanese are masters at engineering for two-wheels only, their 5.6-liter V8 engine developing 400 bhp (298 kW) and 560 Nm (412 lb-ft) of torque engine dwelled in the bay of Patrol is just another awesome engineering example of four-wheelers.

Adding refreshment, the seven-speed automatic transmission mated to the 5.6-liter V8, and an ALL MODE 4×4 make Patrol compatible to combat any type of terrains. The option of switching between the sand, on-road, snow and rock modes, allows a one to ‘Patrol’ and conquer any type of terrain given down its bay, and now it is also concluded that pulling an aircraft is also not a problem for this Japanese SUV.

Watch this video to confirm same!

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