Nissan and Marc Ecko have joined forces to release fully customized versions of the Japanese car maker’s Pathfinder and Armada SUVs. Revealed recently at New York's Splashlight Studios, the first of the two vehicles, the Pathfinder, follows the lines of ecko unltd.'s street-smart theme, featuring smoothed wheel wells, a modified grille and a custom black and grey camouflage paint job. The interior includes seamless black leather, moulded wood backs and a glossy, safety orange centre console.

The Armada adopts the Marc Ecko Cut & Sew design theme, retaining much of the original vehicle’s muscularity but with adornments such as the cream Landau roof, laser etched rims and safety orange side panels. The interior offers sophisticated touches like the use of premium cream and tan calfskin leathers with heavy-contrast stitching.

"My goal with this project is to not only introduce my original sense of style to Nissan, but to do so in a way that highlights the individuality of the Pathfinder and Armada brands," said Mr Ecko. A matching range of limited edition clothing was also released, with all proceeds from the sale benefiting the Sweat Equity Enterprises non-profit organization.

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