You might remember Nissan’s seriously cool Juke Nismo RSnow that swapped its wheels for snow-blazing tracks. Cool, right? Now, Canada gets its own taste of this idea with the Nissan Rogue Warrior at the 2016 Montreal International Auto Show. With a combination of four tracks and all-wheel drive, this custom crossover should have no problem driving through any snowpocalypse.A company called Motorsports in Action from Quebec fit the Rogue with a Dominator track system with components that are 30 inches high and 48 inches long. To make everything work, the company also adjusted the suspension, widened the fenders, and gave the crossover 23 inches of ground clearance. The powertrain remains stock, and Nissan claims the Rogue Warrior can reach 62 miles per hour and climb a 45-degree grade.