Putting A Tundra On The Cover This Month Spurred Debate Within The Office Regarding The Best Import Fullsize Of All Time. Aaron Iha’s Duality Titan Immediately Popped Into Our Collective Memories, But The One Truck That Really Stood Out Was Khamla Seelapasay’s Subtle Lamborghini Blue Titan That Made Every Truck Owner Who Saw It Say, “Man, That Thing Is Bad.”

Built In-house At Kustomz Unlimited In Garland, Texas, Khamla Teamed With His Partner, Kase Thephavongsa, To Create A New Front And Rear Suspension Allowing The Nissan To Swallow Up A Set Of 26-inch Lexani CS-2 Wheels. Details Like The Armada Cantilevered Independent Rear Suspension, Trick Bodywork In The Bed, And Big 16-inch Rotora Brakes Really Separate This Truck From The Typical Airbagged Truck.

A QX56 Front End Really Dresses Up The Titan’s Nose, While The Black Stripe Down The Hood Gives The Lamborghini Nova Blue Paint A Race-inspired Look. Contributing To The Sporty Appearance, The Titan Features An Aluminum Chin Spoiler, M3-styled Billet Fender Vents, And Center Exit Exhaust. Every Angle On This Truck Reveals A Creator Thinking Outside The Proverbial Truck Box.

Inside, Khamla Used His Hot-rod And Import Car Background As Inspiration For The Race Seats, Sparco Quick-release Steering Wheel, And Custom Aluminum Gauge Pod On The Dash. No Seats Are Found In The Back Of This Titan, Rather An Elaborate Organization Of MTX Amps And 12-inch Subs Housed In An Enclosure Made Out Of Wood, Plexiglass, And LED Lights. At Night, The Interior Is A Spectacle To See.

All In All, This Titan Is In A League Of Its Own, And It Will Take A Truck Of Epic Proportions To Dethrone It From The Top Spot.

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