Genus: Xinjiangtitan WU, ZHOU, WINGS, SEKIYA & DONG, 2013
Etymology: In reference to Xinjiang Province, China, were the specimen was found, and Greek, titan, giant in Greek mythology and a frequently used name for sauropods.
Species: shanshanensis WU, ZHOU, WINGS, SEKIYA & DONG, 2013
Etymology: In reference to Shanshan, Xinjiang Province, China, where the specimen was found.
Locality: Shanshan, Xinjiang Province, China.
Horizon: Qigu Formation.
Age: Middle Jurassic.
Material: 2 cervical vertebrae, cervical ribs, complete dorsal series, 5 sacrals and 2 caudals, left femur, left tibia, left fibula, left metatarsal, right ischium and right pubis.